SWV has just unveiled the cover art to their upcoming fifth solo album, Still.
Lensed by longtime collaborator Derek Blanks, the trio is featured huddled close together, and barely looking a day older than they did when they released their first album almost twenty-three years ago.
Lead singer, Cheryl “Coko” Clemons, calls Still a “return to classic R&B,” and says the album’s lead single “Ain’t No Man” is a tribute to black men and a departure from today’s typical “ain’t no good men” rhetoric.
“Still sums up everything about SWV,” Coko told Rolling Out. “After all the ups, downs, break ups, years, babies, boyfriends, illnesses, you name it, we’re still here and making the music we want to make.”
Look for Still to be released November 14 via eOne Entertainment.
If you haven’t already, do check out the video for Ain’t No Man below.