Keke Palmer Strikes Record Deal With Island Records; New Single To Be Out This Fall

By Akul Sharma | 2 years ago

Keke Palmer has struck a record deal with the Island Records to release her first album ever since 2007.

It was confirmed by EW that Palmer has signed on to release her latest album after her debut with “So Uncool” in 2007. Keke has also been cast to star in Fox’s show “Scream Queens” a new take on horror by Ryan Murphy of “American Horror Story” fame.

She has signed with Island Records, a label her co-star in “Scream Queens,” Nick Jonas has already signed in with. In the forthcoming days, Jonas and Palmer will not only share screen space, but a label too. Keke’s rep has confirmed the news and has revealed that she will release her first single from the upcoming album this fall.

Fall already looks good for the multi-talented star. Palmer will not only feature in a show while releasing a new single, she is also set to host an Island Life’s event. An all star concert is being held in New York on 8th September at the Best Buy Theater and it will feature Island Records artists Timeflies, Shawn Mendes, Kiesza and Nick Jonas.

In the show, “Scream Queens”, Palmer has been cast as Zayay who is a sorority sister with an IQ level of a genius. This acting role comes after her roles in CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story and Broadway’s Cindrella. “Scream Queens” is not her only association with Fox for the future as she will also appear in Fox’s upcoming “Grease: Live.” According to Wetpaint, she will portray Marty Maraschino, one of the Pink Ladies who was played by Dinah Manoff in the original film.

Keke Palmer has a lot on her plate right now and we hope she is successful in all her ventures.

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Akul Sharma is a freelance writer who is a movie buff to an extent that he remembers less about his childhood and more about the movies he has watched. He is currently writing his own novella based on existentialism.