Keri Hilson Sets Date for Second Album

Music’s biggest stars are rushing to get their albums in stores in time for the holiday shopping season, and Keri Hilson is no exception. The R&B songstress has claimed a release date for her sophomore album.

Miss Keri Baby is scheduled to unleash No Boys Allowed, the follow-up to her 2009 debut In a Perfect World…, on November 30, Rap-Up.com has learned. She shares a drop date with her labelmates the Black Eyed Peas (The Beginning) and Chrisette Michele (Let Freedom Reign). In addition, Amazon reports that Ciara’s Basic Instinct will arrive that day December 14, but Ciara has not confirmed this date.

Keri has been in the studio with Polow Da Don and Timbaland, and most recently Kanye West. Singer-songwriter Kevin McCall told Rap-Up TV that he produced a slow jam with Chris Brown and Tank for the project as well.

The lead offering “Breaking Point” is currently on radio, while the Chuck Harmony and Ne-Yo-produced follow-up “Pretty Girl Rock” will hit iTunes on October 12. Keri debuted the song live at the Beats by Dr. Dre fall presentation in New York on Wednesday.