Nelly Furtado, the amazing Canadian singer-songwriter, is back and rocking the stage! Recently, Furtado surprised fans in Sweden with a thrilling live show for Brilliant Minds, as well as at Machaca Festival in Mexico. Her stage presence was off the charts, reminding everyone why she’s a force to be reckoned with. But that’s not all—she’s been keeping her fans hooked through various platforms, teasing them with new music and photoshoots on Instagram.
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Now, let’s talk about her latest single, “Eat Your Man,” with the one and only DJ and producer extraordinaire Dom Dolla. This track is seriously addictive. In a recent interview with Variety, Furtado opened up about making new music after taking a break. She affirms to have “been making new music solid, nonstop for the past year.” But hold your horses because she hasn’t dropped any hints about upcoming tour dates just yet.
What Nelly Furtado has revealed, however, is new album details. In a recent interview with Vogue, she shared details about her upcoming new album.
In 2006, Furtado was thee it woman. With her third album, Loose, and insatiable hits like “Promiscuous,” “Maneater,” and “Say It Right” — Furtado has revealed she will once again work with Timbaland.
“We have plans, for sure. I actually talked to Timbaland recently, and we had this amazing two-hour FaceTime call,” Furtado said. “We were talking about when we made Loose, and getting into all these stories.”
While her new album is “almost done, and will have some more dance-oriented tracks” — it remains uncertain whether her forthcoming collaborations with Timbaland will be finished in time for her latest album offering.
And with a new album comes a new tour.
Will Nelly Furtado Announce U.S. Tour Dates for 2023 or 2024 & How To Get Tickets
While specific details about Nelly Furtado’s tour plans for 2023 and 2024 have yet to be revealed, there is a silver lining. She is actively participating in festivals and has already been confirmed to perform at Portola Festival in San Francisco, which kicks off Sept. 30th for two full days. So, keep those fingers crossed and stay tuned because an official tour announcement could be just around the corner.
And if you really want Nelly to come to a city near you, here’s your chance to let her know. On her website, you can actually request a show, letting her know how badly you want to see her live. That’s right—she’s all about fan interaction (and what a great way to crowdsource). This feature will let Nelly know which cities want to see her most.