Alex Vaughn has dropped her highly anticipated track “IYKYK” with Muni Long as promised. The song showcases the duo’s lavish lifestyle and sexual desires, leaving listeners guessing with its infectious beat. Vaughn boasts of her ability to outsmart no-good men while Long sings about being a lady on the streets and a freak in the sheets. “IYKYK” will feature on Vaughn’s upcoming album, The Hurtbook (Homegirl Pack), which is set to release on March 17, and is a reimagined version of her 2022 EP, The Hurtbook. The project features remixes by R&B heavyweights Ari Lennox and Summer Walker, with Lennox appearing on “Demon Time (Remix)” and Walker co-starring on “So Be It (Remix).” Speaking about The Hurtbook, Vaughn said it’s about being honest with yourself and how you feel about those changes that are happening. The singer is currently on tour nationwide with Ari Lennox and Jai’Len Josey, with the tour set to wrap up on March 29 with two sold-out shows in Washington, D.C.
Vaughn’s upcoming project, The Hurtbook (Homegirl Pack), will feature five new tracks, including “IYKYK” and remixes of songs from The Hurtbook. The EP will be released on March 18 via LVRN and Interscope Records.
In addition to her music career, Vaughn has also been recognized for her philanthropic efforts. She recently launched a mental health initiative called “We Hear You,” aimed at providing resources and support for those struggling with mental health issues. The initiative includes a virtual mental health panel discussion featuring mental health professionals and advocates.
With her dynamic vocals and relatable lyrics, Alex Vaughn is undoubtedly an artist to watch in the R&B scene. Her upcoming project, The Hurtbook (Homegirl Pack), promises to showcase her versatility and growth as a songwriter and artist.