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Irish songstress Sinead O'Connor has revealed details of her highly-anticipated 10th studio album.
In a message to fans on blog, the Nothing Compares To You hitmaker confirmed that her new record I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss will go on sale later this summer.
She also admitted to changing the album titled in the eleventh hour after being influenced by the Facebook 'Ban Bossy' campaign, which hopes to eradicate the word "bossy" when discussing woman in leadership roles.
"Originally, I had a different title, The Vishnu Room," the 47-year-old star said.
"But a few months back, when I saw the phrase 'I'm not bossy, I'm the boss' and Sheryl Sandberg's Ban Bossy campaign, I wished I could rename the album... It can be tricky being a female boss, and I think Sheryl's campaign is a terribly important one."
In the cover artwork, the singer evokes dark glamour in black wig and sexy leather ensemble while gripping unto a guitar. She is a far cry from her former feminist self.
I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss will be released on August 11th through Nettwerk Records. She is expected to debut the lead track 'Take Me to Church' on the same day.
It will be the follow up to her 2011 album How About I Be Me (and You Be You)?