Ari Lennox Doesn’t Want To Leave Her Label: ‘I’m Completed and Tired’

Ari Lennox could have called it a contracted artist.

The “Shea Butter Baby” singer recently gave fans an update on her album last Monday, saying that she just “needs four more songs and the album is done.” The tweet only raised expectations for her sophomore project. Two days later, she tweeted that she probably had the 10 songs she needed to complete the album.

Back in September, she dropped a potential lead single from an album produced by Jermaine Duper Bryan-Michael Cox and Elite, titled “Pressure.”

After an inappropriate question in an interview, when the interviewer explicitly asked Ari Lennox about her sex life, Ari called it “the icing on the cake.”

She took to Twitter to tell her over 748k followers that she wanted to “be removed from the brands”.

“I’m done and tired,” Lennox tweeted.

Currently, she is signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville label through Interscope Records.

After a fan commented that she wouldn’t be missed if she left the music, she responded.

“You judge yourself hating parasites won’t last a day as a signed artist.”

A fan who has come forward to defend the “BMO” singer has listed her certified records as “Got Me,” “BMO” and “Shea Butter Baby,” which have been certified gold and white, respectively. Kim.

True supporters of Lennox hope that her tweet is just a moment and not a lasting decision. Ari Lennox is one of many leading women in new-age R&B, and fans wouldn’t love to see her go in such a short time.

The Washington DC native released her debut album, Shea Butter Baby back in 2019. Ari Lennox Doesn’t Want To Leave Her Label: ‘I’m Completed and Tired’

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