Keri Hilson Channels Emotions on Third Album

  /  10.25.2011

Keri Hilson

Fresh from her European tour, Keri Hilson made a stop at “106 & Park,” where she was recognized for her work to help improve kids’ lives through education with the Get Schooled campaign.

“That’s so special,” said the blonde bombshell upon receiving the “Get Schooled” award. “It’s not that I feel obligated, but these are things that I love to do. I come from a family of educators. It means a lot for me to be able to do it. It’s like works of the heart.”

Miss Keri also revealed that she’s back in the studio working on her third album. “There’s some people in the world that aren’t gon’ like this album coming from me,” she warned. “As I was experiencing the world, there were things that I was also experiencing on a personal front, and in my music it’s coming out. There’s a specific few people who ain’t gon’ like to listen to this album. Very emotional, I’ll say that.”

The album is awaiting a release date while she decides whether to release another single off her current project. “You guys let me know whether you want to see another single off of No Boys Allowed,” she told the audience. “We’re still trying to figure out ‘All the Boys,’ ‘Buyou’… We’re trying to figure out if we want to release another single or move on to the third, but I’m always in the studio.”


Rick Ross Backs His Claims About Drake's Alleged Nose Job With So-Called Before And After Photos

Rick Ross further taunted Drake on Twitter with remarks about his alleged nose job: “Drop ...

Lil Uzi Vert Shares A Special Secret With Fans At Coachella

Lil Uzi Vert is the talk of the internet following their dynamic set during the ...

Rick Ross' Baby Mother Tia Kemp Tells Drake To Call Her For Information

Following their exchange of diss tracks, Rick Ross’ baby mother, Tia Kemp told Drake to ...

Doja Cat's Headlining Coachella 2024 Performance Earns A Massive Round Of Applause From Social Media

Doja Cat capped off the first weekend of Coachella with one of her best performances ...
View More

Sponsored Stories