R&B diva Faith Evans has announced her return to the music scene after a five year hiatus, with a brand new album and reality show to follow. Evans, who left Bad Boy Records in 2004, will release her 6th studio album via Prolific Music Group, her personal label which is distributed by E1 Music. Her reality show 'It's All About Faith,' will also be aired on E1 Television later in the year.

The show will document Evan's return to the music industry while she manages life with her family -- husband and manager Todd Russaw, and her four children. She told AllHipHop that the new year will be bring some big, but welcomed changes in her life. "2010 is shaping up to be an amazing year for me," Evans said. "To be in a place where I have grown from an entertainer to an entrepreneur is truly a blessing. I am excited to share this incredible experience with my fans and the world."


E1 Entertainment's CEO John Morayniss said the company was looking forward to working with Evans as she re-launched her career, attacking from multiple angles. "Working with Faith on her new highly anticipated album and this compelling reality series is a perfect example of how E1 Entertainment is implementing its strategy of utilizing its three business pillars – Television, Film and Music," Morayniss said. "We're excited to be able to offer artists working in multiple creative fields and disciplines the opportunity to partner with E1 in all of our complimentary businesses. Ultimately, this allows us to help them reach the largest possible audience around the world."