News: Eve Spreads Details Onto "Lip Lock" LP, "'Tambourine' & 'Give It To You' Will Be On The New Album"

Sunday, Jan 17, 2010 10:00PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Ruff Ryders' Eve has offered a few clues toward her upcoming new solo album and said past hits like "Tambourine" will be placed onto the project as bonus cuts.

Writing via Twitter, E-v-e shed light on the forthcoming release.

"There will be an ALBUM. Trussst Mi!!," she wrote over the weekend. "tambourine and give it to you will be on the new album as bonus tracks!! RT @ZsoltPalffy: @TheRealEve I've read on wikipedia that the name of the album might be Flirt but previously was Here I am.What's the re @zsoltpalffy album is called LIP LOCK now....." (Eve's Twitter)

Prior to getting released, Ruff Ryders CEO Waah Dean spoke on Eve ending her run with Interscope Records.

"Eve is pretty much in the process of being released from the Interscope deal right now," he explained in an interview. "We're in negotiations of helping her get in control of her situation, we're supporting her. Interscope is a great label that supported us in our success along with Def Jam and Universal. So we got Eve from Dre initially [and she wanted to go back] and they went through something. Eve was working out that way (Los Angeles), doing movies a lot and they kind of like was clicking at that time so we wanted to support Eve in whatever she wanted to do and that's what we do. We support our artists and our family so at that time she wanted to do that. And we was there to embrace and support her and they didn't do what they was supposed to do on some level but she's getting released and we're gonna be here to support her in whatever direction she want to go." (Hip Hop Wired)

Writing on Twitter last week, Eve confirmed reports of her parting with Interscope.

The rapper-turned-actress revealed on Twitter Friday (Jan. 15) that she has parted ways with Interscope Geffen A&M Records where she released her first three albums. "Let me tell u what happened with music so ya'll don't think I quit," she told her followers. "Left Interscope, free agent now. Went back in re-doing music. Trust me." As for her oft-delayed fourth studio album, the first since 2002's Eve-Olution, she says it's coming this year. "Not letting this year pass wit out an ALBUM! Can't take the non-sense MUSIK." (Rap-Up)

Reports last September suggested she cut business ties with Interscope imprint, Geffen.

There are reports that Eve has completely lost line, Fetish, and she has been dropped from her label. The label news comes at a good time for Eve, being that the new Ruff Ryders video dropped last week and the anticipated success of their collective album looks to be in the future for the Pit Bull in a skirt. (Bossip)

Check out Eve's "Me N My" down below:

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