Eminem's protégé Skylar Grey is set to release her debut album this summer.
Known for her stellar work on Eminem's "Love The Way You Lie" and Dr. Dre's "I Need A Doctor," the chanteuse will be dropping Don't Look Down July 9, Rolling Stone reports.
"I just wanted to get music out so that I could start playing shows and promoting the album," Grey told the mag.
The carrier single "C'mon, Let Me Ride" featuring Eminem was released last year but the Grammy award-winning songstress promises new music ahead of the project's release. "I believe in hearing more than one song, because there are so many different sides to the album," she says. "So we came up with a plan, which is putting the album out July 9th, but before that putting out four singles where I do a little video for each one, just to get a lot of music out there."
With production from Em and Alex da Kid and features from Fort Minor and Lupe Fiasco, the project will host an array of hip-hop, folk and pop records. Her next single "Final Warning" is set to be released April 16.
Check out the video for her latest single below.
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