It’s been three years since Nicole Scherzinger released her first solo album, Killer Love, in March 2011. The years since have seen the former Pussycat Doll leader still in the spotlight but not as big a presence on American radio as she was in the 2000s.
All that may change with her sophomore album, which has just been announced. Big Fat Lie will be released this October, Rap-Up reports.
With executive producer credits from Tricky Stewart and The-Dream, Big Fat Lie will total 11 songs, plus three additional tracks on its deluxe edition. Singles “Your Love” and “On the Rocks,” which were premiered earlier in the summer, make the tracklist, as does “Electric Blue,” the album’s only song with a featured credit — in this case, T.I.
“For the first time in my career I feel like this album is me, it’s real,” she explained earlier this year. “It’s a very personal album for me. It is a reflection of the woman I am, the woman I am not, and the woman I want to be.”