It’s been a quiet few years for Nicole Scherzinger. Since the Pussycat Dolls went their separate ways at the end of the last decade and a solo album Killer Love followed in 2011, the 35-year-old has focused on her spot as a judge on the U.K. version of The X-Factor and has made occasional appearance on other’s tracks, such as will.i.am’s “Far Away From Home” last year.
But as it turns out, Scherzinger has a little of her own music left in the tank. She’ll release a new album soon, with the first single, “Your Love,” hitting the Internet today (May 29).
By no means does the inactivity appear to have affected the former Pussycat Doll. The track, in all its dance-floor-ready glory, features a jaunty backing beat and Eurodance feel while Scherzinger purrs over the verses: “Something ’bout you so enticing / even when I try to fight it,” she sings, adding a quick reference to a boxing legend, “Knock me out like Michael Tyson / I’ll do whatever you want.”
Once the tune reaches its chorus, “Your Love” explodes into an earworm of a track. “Boy, your love makes me feel like —” Scherzinger sings before adding a catchy onomatopoeic melody.