SWV’s Reason For Return: ‘The Industry Is So Dry Right Now’

It has been over a decade since Sisters With Voices (SWV) released an album, but they believe now is the perfect time.

“The lord told us. It’s not the timing is right or anything. It was just meant to be,” group member Taj told YKIGS about their return. Lelee added, “The industry is so dry right now. It’s like a drought. It’s horrible. They need us.”

SWV reunited in 2005 and signed a record deal earlier this year with Mass Appeal Entertainment and eOne Entertainment. Currently in the process of creating the new album, the trio does not feel pressure to change their style.

“We’re going to do the classic. We won’t deviate from the original sound,” the group added.

The self-sufficient group is able to maintain their edge because “we never take other artists to studio with us when we’re recording, so it’s all SWV!”

The group is positive the new material will strike a chord with fans. “I’m excited to get the music out to the fans to hear,” said Coko.

The new projected is expected to be released in 2012. Earlier this summer, the group remixed Chris Brown’s “She Ain’t You,” a song they are very familiar with.


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