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Brandy has been moving full steam ahead with her forthcoming seventh studio album, which will commemorate the singer’s 25th anniversary of being in the music industry.

The “I Wanna Be Down” singer made her industry debut in 1994 with her first self-titled album at the age of 15.

The veteran R&B singer and actress recently took to Instagram to share the cover of her new forthcoming album titled Freedom Rings.

“The light at the end of so many tunnels. This is my undeniable truth. #FreedomRings #be7,” Brandy wrote as the caption of the post.

On Tuesday (Sept. 24), Brandy also shared behind the scenes footage of the creative process while recording Freedom Rings, where the late songwriter and producer LaShawn Daniels makes an appearance.

“Something just beyond your grasp won’t ground me. Something that I lost at last just found me. Poppin far beyond the paparazzi. I can’t stop y’all from watching but u watching me taking off,” Brandy wrote as the caption of the video footage.

It’s currently unclear when exactly Freedom Rings will be dropping, but Brandy’s fans who she affectionately calls Stars should be excited that the singer’s long-awaited follow up to her 2012 album Two Eleven is coming soon.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.