• John Legend revealed that his new album “Bigger Love” will be releasing on June 19
  • The singer also gave a glimpse of the album's title track and invited fans to submit their dance videos
  • "Bigger Love" will Legend's seventh studio album

John Legend has finally revealed that his new album will be dropping next month. The acclaimed musician confirmed the news on social media.

Taking it to Twitter, the 41-year-old singer revealed that his new album “Bigger Love” will be releasing on June 19. This will be Legend’s seventh studio album and first in the last two years. The “All Of Me” hitmaker urged fans to get the album as soon as it is released.

“My new album #BiggerLove drops June 19th! Make sure you get it the moment it is released, pre-save, and pre-order the album now,” Legend wrote.

The news of Legend’s new album comes a couple of days after he said that he has been creating a lot of new music while staying at home. Legend admitted that the industry has been struck really hard by the ongoing pandemic and he constantly questions himself if it would be right to release new music right now.

“On the career side, it has been crazy, because we have all this new music that we were preparing to put out and you just never know how all of it affects how people are going to receive it. We just do not know what is going to happen,” Legend said. But then he insisted that he plans to release new music as soon as possible.

He also gave a glimpse of the album’s title track. The acclaimed musician invited fans to submit their dance videos and the best ones will be featured in the official music video.

The Academy Award-winning composer has produced six studio albums so far. His first album, “Get Lifted,” came in 2004. The album turned out to be a huge success for the musician and earned him three Grammys, including Best R&B Album. The “Love Me Now” singer continued his golden run with 2006’s “Once Again” and 2008’s “Evolver.”

In 2014, he produced a song called “Glory” for the movie “Selma.” The track became an instant hit and got him a nomination at the Academy Awards in the Best Original Song category.

The track edged out songs like “Everything Is Awesome” (“The Lego Movie”), “Grateful” (“Beyond The Lights”), “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” (Glenn Campbell: I’ll Be Me”), and “Lost Stars” (“Begin Again”) to win the golden statuette.

Thus far, he has won 11 Grammys, 1 Golden Globe, 1 Primetime Emmy, 1 Critics’ Choice Award, 1 Tony Award, and 2 Billboard Music Awards.

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John Legend believes fans she pay for his tickets with money. The singer is pictured performing onstage at The Art Of Elysium’s 11th Annual Celebration on Jan. 6, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. Rich Polk/Getty Images