Jill Scott has unveiled details of her next album.
Slated for release on July 24, Scott described the album as “classic Philly soul meets country rhythm served with captivating storytelling.”
Titled Woman, the record will be her fifth studio album and serve as the Grammy award-winning soul songstress’ début on the Atlantic Records label.
Scott, a Philadelphia native, acted as executive producer for the album alongside producer Aaron Pearce and her long-time collaborator Andre Harris, who was behind two of her biggest hits “The Way” and “A Long Walk.”
The album is Scott’s first since 2011’s The Light of the Sun.
The first single from the album, “Fool’s Gold,” debuted in the Billboard Adult R&B Top 10 when it was released last month.
In celebration of the album’s release, which also coincides with the 15th anniversary of her iconic début album Who Is Jill Scott?, Scott will embark on a 25-stop U.S. tour; hitting Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York, Austin, and many others before wrapping up on August 28 in Phoenix, AZ.
Check out the full list of Jill Scott Summer Tour dates below:
July 13: Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Hall)
July 15: Newark, NJ (NJ Performing Arts Center – Prudential Hall)
July 16: Wallingford, CN (Oakdale Theatre)
July 18: Baltimore, MD (Pier Six Pavilion)
July 19: Bethlehem, PA (Sands Bethlehem Event Center)
July 22: Brooklyn, NY (Kings Theatre)
July 25: Cincinnati, OH (Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati Music Festival))
July 26: Atlantic City, NJ (Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center)
July 29: Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts – The Barns)
July 30: Durham, NC (Durham Performing Arts Center)
August 1: Birmingham, AL (BJCC Concert Hall)
August 2: Atlanta, GA (Chastain Park Amphitheatre)
August 4: Memphis, TN (Orpheum Theatre)
August 5: Nashville, TN (Ascend Amphitheater)
August 8: Hollywood, FL (Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)
August 9: St. Petersburg, FL (Mahaffey Theater)
August 11: Jackson, MS (Thalia Mara Hall)
August 12: Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
August 14: Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre @ Grand Prairie)
August 15: Austin, TX (ACL Live at the Moody Theater)
August 19: Los Angeles, CA (Greek Theatre)
August 22: Oakland, CA (Fox Theater)
August 23: Saratoga, CA (The Mountain Winery)
August 25: San Diego, CA (Humphrey’s)
August 28: Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)