Swizz Beatz Already Named New Album But Wants Fans to Submit Better Title


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The husband of Alicia Keys is not completely happy with its working title, 'King Issues', and has reached out to his fans online to find a better name.

Rapper/producer Swizz Beatz is appealing to his Twitter.com followers to help name his upcoming album - because he's struggling to come up with a suitable title. Alicia Keys' new husband is set to release his third solo project later this year, but he is not completely happy with its working title, "King Issues", and has reached out to his fans online to find a better name.

In a series of tweets on the micro-blogging site, he writes, "I still need a name for my album :( so far its (sic) called KING ISSUES... I will let you guys name it I am done with trying to name it :) I don't want to use the word king in my album name lets (sic) think of something new with a new feel. I have so much to talk about this time!"

Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys swapped vows in a private ceremony held at a private home on the Mediterranean Sea on Saturday, July 31. Keys is currently carrying her first baby with Beatz.

© AceShowbiz.com


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