Is Carrie Underwood gearing up to release new music?
On Wednesday, March 9, the country superstar and Oklahoma native shared a photo of herself, wearing a black hoodie and headphones, standing at a microphone in a recording studio and fans think she is getting ready to release new music.
“So, I did a thing…” Underwood captioned the photo.
Fans flocked to social media to react to the news and many believe Underwood is gearing up to release her seventh studio album and that it’s coming very soon.
“This might break the internet…new album plz,” one fan wrote, while another said, “So “soon” actually meant “soon!!” We’re ready, queen!”
“I’m Ready for This!!!!!!! #CU7” another fan added.
The possible new music teaser comes just days after Underwood and Jason Aldean took home the Single Of The Year trophy for their chart-topping duet, “If I Didn’t Love You,” at the 57th Academy Of Country Music Awards.
Following their big win, Underwood took to the press room to chat with members of the media, where The Music Universe asked Underwood, “when can we expect a new album or tour from you soon?”
“I mean, I’m always working on something, obviously we can’t spill too many beans right now,” Underwood said. ”My fans know what I mean when I say soon, soon. They actually hate it when I use that word because they’re like ‘what does that mean?’ I’ve been busy… for sure.”
Underwood’s yet-to-be-announced album will serve as the follow up to 2018’s Cry Pretty. The seven-time GRAMMY award winner also released a Christmas album, My Gift, in 2020, and a Gospel album, My Savior, in 2021.
In two weeks, Underwood will return to the Resorts World Theatre in Las Vegas for her sought after Vegas residency, dubbed REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency.
“2 weeks until the return of #REFLECTION at @resortsworldlv! #CUinVegas,” Underwood wrote.
Underwood’s Las Vegas residency debuted on December 1. The show features a career-spanning set list and mind-blowing production elements that bring Underwood’s biggest hits to life.
The seven-time GRAMMY winner is the first artist to perform on the stage of the 5,000 seat world-class theatre, which is the largest and tallest in Las Vegas.
The “Cry Pretty” singer returns to Vegas March 23 with shows March 25, 26 and 30. She will also take the stage in April (1-2) and May (11, 13-14, 18, 20-21).