It's been nearly four years since Tinashe released her debut album Aquarius, now the singer is finally ready to release her sophomore album, Joyride. Following the release of two singles, Tinashe's latest project will be releasing on April 13.

"The wait is over. JOYRIDE 4•13," she wrote on Twitter. First announced in September 2015, Tinashe's follow-up to Aquarius has been hit with a number of delays and even saw a supporting tour get cancelled.

But after a few under-performing singles in 2016 and 2017, Tinashe finally hit the mark this year with the Offset-assisted "No Drama" and her Future collaboration, "Faded Love." The singer is also gearing up for her third Joyride single, "Me So Bad" with French Montana and Ty Dolla $ign, hopefully giving her the success she deserves.

Following the release of her debut album, Tinashe actually dropped another project, Nightride, which was supposed to serve as a companion to Joyride. "Nightride is my newest full-length project. I have been working on it quietly for nearly two years, alongside Joyride," she said in 2016.

"This is the beginning of the journey, one piece of the puzzle that makes me who I am both as an artist and as a human. Being human is about embracing the many different sides of you rather than trying to limit, label, or box yourself in... Nightride is an expression of that duality. I'm so exited to share the first side with you now."

Check out the cover for Tinashe's Joyride below.