Shania Twain Teases the ‘Best Album’ She’s Ever Made

Shania Twain; Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 24: Shania Twain attends the 2019 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

The iconic Shania Twain has revealed that she is gearing up to deliver a brand new album, which both her and her fans will be proud of.

Just like many other artists, Twain’s studio time was held up a bit throughout the past year. Because of this, the release date for the project remains unknown. 

On the latest episode of Home Now Radio on Apple Music Hits, Twain sat down to answer some questions about her upcoming album and discuss why she feels it could be her “best album” yet.

“When is my new album coming out? It’s so difficult to say that an album is finished and ready,” she admitted. “I’m not procrastinating, but I do admit that [the past year] has created some timing issues because it’s been very difficult to get together with producers and musicians in the same room. So I’ve been working very hard on it. I want to give you guys something that you can really be proud of as a Shania fan. I want you to celebrate with me and I’m definitely on a mission to make the best album I’ve ever made. So please be patient. I want it to be worth waiting for.”

While there is no specific release date set, Twain did tease that fans can expect it before the end of the year.

“This is an album of celebration and my plan is to release this album,” she said. “Okay. Here it comes to commitment. Okay. No, I do plan on releasing this album before Christmas. Wouldn’t it be super to have this out for Christmas? I would love that so much. So that is my goal.”

Twain’s upcoming project follows her 2017 album, Now. Since the release of Now, Twain has also collaborated on singles with artists such as Kelsea Ballerini and Ronan Keating.

While fans wait for this collection of new songs to drop, Twain is preparing to make a return to her Las Vegas Residency in December and February for her “Let’s Go!” show, which was preiously postponed.

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