Successful 1990s R&B group, SWV (Sisters With Voices), is planning a comeback, announcing a new album set to drop in April.
Titled I Missed Us, the new project serves as the group's first new studio album since 1997's Christmas-themed release, A Special Christmas.
The first single from the forthcoming LP is the Lamb-produced "Co-Sign," which has already been added to radio and serves as the first new musical release in over a decade.
SWV has been working with producers Bryan M. Cox and Jazze Pha on tracks for the album.
The group -- comprised of Coko, Lelee and Taj -- released its debut album It's About Time in 1992. The album went multi-platinum and spawned a string of top ten R&B hits -- including "I'm So Into You," "Right Here," "Downtown," "Weak" and "You're Always On My Mind."
Their sophomore effort, New Beginning, went double platinum, while the trio's third album, Release Some Tension went platinum.
SWV members Taj, Lelee and Coko all agree that "it's a great feeling to be back recording together again! Something special always happens when we come together."
"As a long time fan, I am extremely excited to be a part of SWV's highly anticipated return to music," added Marcus Siskind, President of Mass Appeal Entertainment. "They are one of the quintessential female groups of our time, and through our partnership, I'm looking forward to continuing their legacy together."
I Missed Us will drop April 10th.