John Legend announces new album 'Love in the Future'
The singer revealed the title of his forthcoming LP as Love in the Future, which is co-produced by Kanye West and Dave Tozer who worked on his acclaimed debut Get Lifted.
Watch Legend's announcement below:
He said: "The album is called Love in the Future and I can't wait for you to hear it! We're going to start previewing it, I'm on going on tour in October and November.
"It's co-executive produced by myself, Kanye West and my man Dave Tozer - the same team that brought you Get Lifted."
He added: "Once again, we're bringing it to the future now. I'm going to start previewing tracks on my website."
The star also unveiled the song 'Caught Up' from the set, which was co-produced by Hit-Boy, whose previous credits include Brandy, Rihanna, and Jay-Z.
Love in the Future follows 2008's solo record Evolver and 2010's collaborative LP with The Roots Wake Up!.
Watch the video for Legend's 'Ordinary People' below: