The R 'n' B singer's fans have to wait a little bit longer to purchase his new LP, as its release date has been rescheduled.
Pushing back the release date for their albums seems to be a trend for musicians lately and now Lloyd has added himself to that list. The R 'n' B singer's upcoming record "Lesson In Love" which supposedly will hit the stores on July 15 has now been rescheduled for July 22.
Unfortunately, there are no further explanation from both Lloyd or his record labels regarding the push back. Meanwhile, on the upcoming set itself, the singer taps some famous names to work with him, some of them are Ja Rule, Fabolous, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne and Nelly.
In promoting the new record, Lloyd has already released two singles, "How We Do It (Around My Way)", on March 4 and "Girls Around The World" on May 12. For the fist track the R 'n' B stud teams up with Ludacris while on the second one he collaborated with Wayne.
The first single, has also premiered its official music video on April 28. As for the second track, the clip reportedly has already been shot in Miami, Florida and it was being directed by Hype William, but there are no confirmation yet for its official premiere date.