Creating songs like “Tonight (Best You Ever Had)” and “Ordinary People” takes time and John Legend is postponing his upcoming fall tour so he can work on his new album. The Grammy-winning singer posted a letter to his fans on his website today with all of the details and his heartfelt apologies. He said he’s finishing the “best album of [his] career” and hopes that fans can forgive him.
Legend’s fourth solo album Love in the Future is being executive produced by Kanye West and Dave Tozer. In August, he gave fans a preview of a new song called “Caught Up,” co-written by Kanye and produced by Hit-Boy. He can also be heard on the G.O.O.D. Music compilation Cruel Summer.
See the full note after the jump.