Jennifer Hudson To Return To Work

Following the October deaths of three relatives, the singer is set to shoot a video for 'If It Isn't Love' next week.

Just days after calling her Grammy nominations [article id="1600799"]"truly a blessing,"[/article] Jennifer Hudson is heading back to work. The singer and Oscar-winning actress is set to start filming the video for her next single, Yahoo! News reports.

A J Records spokesperson said the singer will head to Los Angeles next week to shoot the video for the song "If It Isn't Love," the follow-up to the [article id="1600678"]Grammy-nominated[/article] "Spotlight." [artist id="2481017"]Hudson[/artist] was reportedly supposed to film the video around the time [article id="1600641"]her mother, brother and nephew were killed[/article] in Chicago in October.

The release of [article id="1596317"]her debut album[/article] has been overshadowed by the deaths of her three family members. In October, only weeks before the tragedy, Hudson released the LP, which also features her Grammy-nominated duet with fellow "American Idol" alum Fantasia, "I'm His Only Woman."

"So many different people come up to me and say, 'I'm a huge fan,' and I say, 'Oh my God, what am I going to have for everyone [on the album]?' " Hudson said then. "That was the biggest challenge, [but] nobody knows my potential the way I do."

Last week, Hudson received four Grammy nods, including Best R&B Album and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. In a statement, she said, "It's been a childhood dream of mine to release an album, so to receive four Grammy nominations is truly a blessing. I'm extremely honored and humbled by the nominations."