Gwen Stefani New Studio Album Release Date, Tracklist & More Details Here

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Gwen Stefani releases her new studio album, “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” on March 18. Stefani recently tweeted the list of her LP’s tracks.

Rolling Stone also reported the singer’s team up with Target for an exclusive edition of the album. The Target deluxe version will have four bonus tracks as follows:

  • “Rocket Ship”
  • “Getting Warmer”
  • “Obsessed”
  • “Splash”

The website also revealed their other partnership for the production of the “first music video created on live television”.

To promote her latest album, Stefani plans to film a “live music video” for “Make Me Like You” during the Grammys on February 15. The single is scheduled for release on February 12.

Filming for the video will happen in the course of four minutes while the awards ceremony is on a commercial break. It will entail the use of various sets and costume changes done in real time. Tapped to direct the historic project is Grammy winner Sophie Muller.

A second view of the video performance will be available via Periscope, Facebook Live, and Snapchat. The outcome will be the single’s official music video posted to Vevo.

Last October, Stefani debuted one of the tracks on the album, “Used to Love You”. The singer gave an emotional rendition during the MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert in New York City, People reported.

The performance followed her split from husband rocker Gavin Rossdale.

Since her last album, “The Sweet Escape,” in 2006, Stefani focused on business, motherhood and TV appearances, The Verge reported.

Her businesses include fashion lines and cosmetics. The 46-year old is also the mother of three children with her ex-Rossdale.

Recently, news about her return to “The Voice” season 10 circulated. However, the details remain unclear as Christina Aguilera is also returning to the show.

Currently, her relationship with Blake Shelton, her co-host on “The Voice”, receives much media attention since they went public.

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