Lloyd’s ‘King of Hearts’ Pushed to April

Lloyd is taking a little longer to lay his album down in stores. The R&B crooner’s latest has been delayed by a month.

King of Hearts, the fourth LP from the New Orleans-born singer, is now set to arrive on April 19, Rap-Up.com has learned. Previously scheduled for a March 22 date, the Zone 4/Interscope release will include the singles “Lay It Down” and 50 Cent-assisted “Let’s Get It In,” along with production by Polow Da Don.

A compilation of remixes to “Lay It Down” will be available at digital retailers on February 15, containing remixes from R. Kelly, Young Jeezy, Patti LaBelle, and B.o.B.

Young Goldie just wrapped his European “King of Hearts” tour and will join Trey Songz on a four-date “Love Faces” trek in the U.S. beginning February 11 in New York City.