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WASHINGTON DC - DECEMBER 1: Rebe McEntire, one of the recipients of the 41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, as he poses for a group photo following a dinner hosted by United States Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan in their honor at the US Department of State on December 1, 2018 in Washington, D.C.. The 2018 honorees are: singer and actress Cher; composer and pianist Philip Glass; Country music entertainer Reba McEntire; and jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. This year, the co-creators of Hamilton, writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda; director Thomas Kail; choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler; and music director Alex Lacamoire will receive a unique Kennedy Center Honors as trailblazing creators of a transformative work that defies category. (Photo by Ron Sachs - Pool /Getty Images)

Just days after she was announced as the host for this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards once again, Reba has announced a brand new album.

Reba wrote on Instagram, “I’ve got a brand new album, #StrongerThanTheTruth, coming out Friday, April 5. This is the most country record I’ve done in a long time and I can’t wait for you to hear it. The first song and title track will be available on all streaming services this Friday, February 15. In the meantime, you can pre-order your copy of the album now at! Stay tuned for lots more to come!!!”

Reba’s last album was her first gospel project called Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope and won a Grammy in 2018 for Best Roots Gospel Album.

Her album before that was an acoustic Christmas project called My Kind of Christmas, where she remade Dolly Parton’s “Hard Candy Christmas,” from Parton’s Best Little Whorehouse in Texas soundtrack.

The Academy of Country Music Awards, with Reba as host, will air on CBS on April 7th.

-Nancy Brooks