‘Breaking Point’ beauty Keri Hilson is asking fans at their breaking point of waiting for new music to hold out just a little longer.
The GRAMMY-nominated songstress, who recently celebrated her 39th birthday (December 5), has been hot on the promo trail in support of her fifth film of 2021 – VH1’s ‘Hip Hop Family Christmas’ (also starring NE-YO, Terrence J, Redman, and many more).
When quizzed about her musical endeavors, Hilson confirmed she’s in the studio working on the follow-up to 2010’s ‘No Boys Allowed,’ but hesitated to reveal a tentative release date.
Find out why inside:
Over two years after telling her supporters the wait for new music was over (as we reported here), Keri has yet to officially return to the music scene.
During a recent stop on the promo run for her VH1 holiday film, she waxed honest about the hold up.
“Any time I’ve ever mentioned a release date, even a time period, or even that I intend to be an artist again, it gets very scary for me because people hold you to the fire and there always seems to be a monkey wrench in my plan,” she revealed.
Because of the false starts, the ‘Pretty Girl Rock’ diva is keeping tight-lipped about the tentative release date of her next project.
“When I return to music, it will probably be more of a surprise than a planned thing,” she said. “I don’t think I would make an announcement, but just know I always have great music. That’s what I was born to do and created to do. When the time is right, I’ll do just that.”