Jazmine Sullivan, one of the best vocalists of our generation, is gearing up to release music after another five year break.
Sullivan shared a post on Instagram stories saying that she just experienced something that rocked her world. And while there’s still time before she releases an album, an EP is on the way.
“So, I’ve been quiet for a min. And by a minute I mean 5 years,” wrote Sullivan. “But I just recently experienced something that has rocked my world and turned it upside down. Life is funny like that. And I’m almost sure it’s leading me on a path that will inspire an album. But for now an EP is on the way. Probably spring release. Love you all.”
The Grammy nominated singer’s last album Reality Show was released in 2015. And her prior project Love Me Back was released in 2010.
Since her latest release, Sullivan has headlined her own tour. She’s done numerous performances. And she’s been featured on a handful of songs including four from Frank Ocean’s livestream album Endless.
Many people (myself included) were excited for her long-awaited collaboration with Fantasia and Brandy. It was slated to be released on Fantasia’s most recent LP Sketchbook, but the song didn’t make the cut. Hopefully there will be a surprise on Sullivan’s or Brandy’s next project.
Sullivan earned her 12th Grammy nomination with PJ Morton for their collaboration “Built For Love” off of Morton’s album PAUL.
Most recently, Sullivan lended her insane vocals to Pentatonix’s song “Joyful Joyful,” a remake of the classic from Sister Act 2.
Jazmine Sullivan is hoping her EP will be released in spring of 2020.