Brian McKnight has revealed this week that his new album, ‘Exodus’, which will be out in June, will be the last new music release of his career.
Brian is not retiring from the business entirely as he will continue to tour his existing material around the world, but has no plans to record new original music again. He has hinted there may be a residency for him in the cards, so that he can settle in one place.
The upcoming album was originally titled ‘Bedtime Story’ and has been renamed to ‘Exodus’ as a nod to following up ‘Genesis’, which was the name of Brian’s last album release in 2017. The name ‘Exodus’ also undoubtedly represents the departure from recorded music.
‘Exodus’ is expected to include the Kobe Bryant tribute ‘Can’t Say Goodbye’, as well as previous singles ‘Neva Get Enuf Of U’, ‘When I’m Gone’ and ’42 (Grown Up Tipsy)’.