- 8 years ago
Since the adage “All’s fair In Love & War” was coined circa 1579, the arts of both warfare and romance have become considerably more complex and treacherous—fortunately, Amerie is here to do for the latter what Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, and other philosophers of power have done for the former. On her forthcoming fourth studio album (and Def Jam debut), the R&B songstress will share her hard-won insights into matters of the heart with listeners everywhere, exploring the many and varied emotional conflicts that can make or break romantic relationships.
With the LP’s first and second singles, reader-approved post-breakup jam “Why R U” and club cut “Heard’ Em All,” the singer gave fans a tantalizing glimpse of the many topics and musical styles she would bring to bear on her latest full-length. Featuring an innovative mix of soul, rock (think Led Zep, not System of a Down), and hip-hop influences courtesy of such big-name beatsmiths as Teddy Riley, Sean Garrett & Eri