Ally Brooke is staying busy.
The former Fifth Harmony member is making major moves, including working on a Spanish album according to a new report.
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According to Billboard, Brooke has signed a new record deal for the upcoming release. The deal is a joint one with indie labels Duars Entertainment and AMSI, and has become the first female artist signed to either label.
In a statement, AMSI’s Simran A. Singh, said:
“We began working and I said, ‘What do you think about doing a Spanish album?’ She said she’d love to and we instantly clicked.”
Brooke will be working with producers Luny Tunes, Dimelo Flow, and Mr. NaisGai and will have collaborations with both Latin and mainstream artists.
The first taste of new music from the project will arrive shortly after September 20 after her showing at Billboard Latin Music Week in Miami.