The long wait is over for fans of Keshia Chante.
The 29-year-old Juno-winning Canadian pop-R&B singer has announced Unbound 02, the followup to her 2017 EP Unbound 01 and her first full album in six years.
“Maturity and self-awareness provide an honest perspective to write songs from,” Chante said. “With so much going on in our world, it’s important for me to create music that feels good, that’s real, that’s relatable and that I’m ultimately proud of.”
The 10-track album will feature songs dealing with “gratifying moments in life and love” and “thriving in spite of heartbreak and disappointment.”
Chante added: “To be unbound is to be free of confinements and this project mirrors where I am in my personal life. The greatest part of being an artist is turning your story into songs that speak your truth while helping people through similar experiences. No pain goes in vain as a creative.”
Unbound 02 will be released March 23.