Charli XCX teased a brand new period by wiping her social media profiles to solely function blackhole emojis.
The ‘1999’ hitmaker received her followers excited when she deleted her posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
And a lot of her followers imagine a brand new album is on the way in which after the 27-year-old pop star revealed she had virtually accomplished the follow-up to 2019’s ‘Charli’ in isolation throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
She wrote not too long ago: ”This self quarantine is coming at a time the place I used to be almosttttttt completed with the writing means of my subsequent album.
”I had one music left to write down after which it was all about ending and manufacturing and art work and so on. (sic)”
An insider has now informed The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column that Charli is to make an announcement concerning her LP in a while Monday (06.04.20).
The supply mentioned: ”Fans are in for a pleasing shock as a result of she’s dropping her fourth album.
”While different artists are holding again, Charli is pushing forward.”
Fans had additionally made a mock contract concerning the document which the ‘Boom Clap’ hitmaker responded to on Twitter, writing: ”whoever made this can be a genius (sic)”
One of the notes on the doc reads: ”Charli XCX needs to push ahead with the 4th album of her recording contract – title ‘how i am feeling now’ (sic)”
Charli beforehand mentioned it does not really feel proper to launch ”an official album” throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The ‘Gone’ hitmaker had claimed she was unlikely to place out her subsequent studio effort, and insisted that something she does launch shall be ”extra like an experiment on this bizarre time”.
She mentioned: ”I used to be making an album, actually, it was practically performed and this was meant to be the week the place I used to be gathering with the producers and making the whole lot really feel cohesive.
”But as a result of a couple of individuals received sick, it did not really feel proper to be going over to one another’s homes and no matter.”