It looks like the self-proclaimed “pitbull in a skirt,” Eve, will be releasing her heavily delayed album after all.

In an interview with the New York Post’s PopWatch blog, the West Philly MC blamed her disc's repeated setbacks on her “whole music label situation” with Interscope, but said it should finally surface this spring or summer.

Initially set to hit stores in 2007 under the title Here I Am, the rapper/actress said the LP has undergone many changes. "It won't be called 'Here I Am' anymore,’ she said. “Now it's called 'Flirt.'” In addition Eve says the music will be a lot more positive then her original effort. "I had to get in there and put in some upbeat music that I wasn't depressed about," she said of the new tracks. "It's fun, it's sexy, it's totally me. Imagine if 'Tambourine' had kids -- that's what the CD sounds like."

Despite the constant rescheduling and the new musical direction of the album, the former Ruff Ryder is confident that she won’t disappoint. "I am truly, truly sitting on some amazing music." – Elan Mancini