Ashanti will soon join the ranks of Taylor Swift, after the Grammy-winning R&B singer announced on Tuesday that she’s re-recording her debut album.

“It’s so surreal,” Ashanti said about finally obtaining her masters during an appearance on the Tamron Hall Show. “I have an amazing legal team, and I got my first record deal when I was 14 years old, so understanding and seeing how things have changed so much from then to now and conceptually understanding what you’re singing is so imperative, it’s so important nowadays. The fact that I’ll be able to re-record my first album, and put everything together.”

The singer discussed finally owning the masters to her self-titled debut, much like Swift, who recently re-recording her album Fearless. “It’s so humbling. It is such an honor. I’m so grateful,” Ashanti told Hall. “It’s such a blessing, you know, the fact that we are still here, we’re living through a pandemic, and these blessings are still coming in, it just makes me so happy again, so humbled, and such a believer.”