K-Ci & JoJo Work On "Real" Follow-Up

After hitting paydirt with 1997's "Love Always" and its follow-up "It's Real," the R&B brother act K-Ci & JoJo has begun work on its third album.

The duo, perhaps best known for its 1997 chart-topper "All My Life," is headed to the studio, and the pair shot photos for the upcoming album's cover art this week. The as-yet-untitled effort is expected to arrive this fall.

"When we're coming with the album, we're coming with more than just the album," JoJo told the MTV Radio Network. "It's going to be an adventure-type thing, I'm talking about. I don't want to give the secret away, but it's gonna be a good thing." [RealAudio]

As we previously reported, the duo will also surface this summer on the SoulFest tour, which kicks off July 1 in Memphis, Tennessee (see "K-Ci

& JoJo, Gerald Levert Set For SoulFest 2000"). The trek runs through late August, and in September, the duo will turn up on an upcoming spoken-word album dedicated to the late Tupac Shakur (see "Artists, Actors Collaborate On Tupac Poetry Album").