It looks like N.E.R.D. might be teasing something new

The band’s name is popping up on posters and in a new website.

It looks like N.E.R.D. might be teasing something new N.E.R.D at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. February 8, 2004.   Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Mysterious posters and a website bearing the name of N.E.R.D. have been spotted around the world, as Billboard reports. “No_One Ever Really Dies,” the name of the Pharrell Williams-led hip-hop group, now appears on the site, as well as on Twitter and Instagram. The website allows visitors to sign up for what appears to be a mailing list.

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N.E.R.D. are scheduled to perform at ComplexCon in November. In 2015, N.E.R.D. announced that the group had begun working on a follow-up to their previous studio album, 2010's Nothing. In February, Pharrell told the BBC he felt "really, really good" about new N.E.R.D. material.

Representatives for N.E.R.D. were not immediately available for comment.

October 30, 2017
It looks like N.E.R.D. might be teasing something new