The 31-year-old musician shared details on her soon-to-be-released projects as well as more on her experience with Coke Studio.
In May, Coca-Cola announced the expansion of Coke Studio, a music platform that builds on the program originally launched in Pakistan in 2008. According to a press release, the global Coke Studio program is digital-first, always-on, and provides an opportunity for emerging talent to partner, create and deliver moments of musical magic to new audiences.
“I’m a big Coke fan and I love Coke, my mom loves Coke. I just grew up drinking a lot of it. And we are literally Coke lovers from Vanilla Coke and Cherry Coke too. Now I’m more on Diet Coke because I’m trying to watch, I guess, certain things. But, yeah, I think it naturally made it easy. I’ve always been a big fan of Coca-Cola and all that they’re about. It was easy. It was a no-brainer, and it really looked out for me too.”
We’ve been waiting to hear more from Ari Lennox on the music front, but the Dreamville standout has been carefully piecing together her next record. It was back in 2019 when she delivered her debut studio album Shea Butter Baby, and since that time, her fans have been patiently waiting on more news about her sophomore effort. Lennox’s “Pressure” hit remains a staple on R&B charts—and a favorite among fans of the genre—and the singer is now giving hints as to what her supporters can expect from her forthcoming project.
As the reigning queen of Dreamville Records, Ari Lennox has a loyal following patiently awaiting new music. Luckily for fans, the singer is just as excited to enter a new era of her career.