After 11 Years, Rapper Eve Set to Release First Album
Following an eleven-year recording hiatus, rapper-actress Eve has announced that her fourth studio album will be released this spring.
While she originally started work on the follow up to 2002’s “Eve-Olution” in 2007, Eve scrapped the project due to issues with her then-label, Interscope, and started over from scratch. “It’s not the same record. “I just kept the same name. It took a minute to get out of the situation that I was in back then. That’s what took so long.” she said
According to reports, Eve says that “Lip Lock” will be released on her own independent label, the recently formed FTR Music, or From the Ribs Music. The album will be distributed through Sony/Red.
The Grammy winning artist dropped a buzz single, titled “She Bad Bad,” on Oct. 9, a track she considers different than anything she’s done in the past.
The video posted on Jan. 8 and has already hit over 1.2 million views on YouTube.
The remixed version of “She Bad Bad” features Pusha T and Juicy J.