Tinashe announces release date of new music, teases super hot cover art and fans just can't keep calm
Tinashe has announced that we can expect new music on Friday (July 17). It is not confirmed what the new material is exactly, if it is a single, album, EP or mixtape, but what we do know is that the singer shared a cover art image on social media along with an expected release date. Although possible, it is less likely that Friday's release will be a full-length studio album, as her latest studio album, 'Songs for You' released in November, 2019.
"NEW NASHE 🔥 7/17," wrote Tinashe in her caption on Twitter along with a cover art picture of her with pixie-short blonde hair and dressed in sexy leopard skin attire.
Fans on Twitter are quick to share their excitement. "Tinashe boutta give me the best birthday present ever," said a fan while another wrote, "Give it to me now!" One fan wrote of the cover, "Ooo love this look. All kinds of @LilKim “Hardcore” vibes." Fans have also shared their love of her 'Songs for You' LP and said they are still eager to hear new music. "I'm so excited songs for you has been one of my favourite albums this past year. You've really been shining and giving us more gems since you went independent, best decision ever. I cannot wait for you to outdo yourself!!" said a fan. Another wrote, "Girl i wasn’t done with songs for you yet but i’m going to accept everything you give me because i know it’ll be everything i never knew i needed."
Tinashe is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter known for producing hits like '2 On', 'No Drama', 'Superlove', and many more. Her latest singles include 2019's 'Die a Little Bit' (featuring Ms Banks) and 'Touch & Go' (with 6lack), and her first single for 2020, titled 'Save Room For Us' (featuring MAKJ). 'Songs for You' released independently through her own label Tinashe Music Inc. and is the first project since her departure from RCA Records in February 2019. The album features collaborations with MAKJ, Ms Banks, 6lack, and G-Eazy. It has received positive reviews, with publications praising her for releasing it independently as well as her creativity, production and songwriting.