R&B superstar Ciara may have conquered it all. She’s a fearless superhero-turned-princess of crunk and fashion model who holds no bars with mainstream pop culture. The Atlanta-based singer’s resolution for the year is getting to the knitty-gritty of all challenges. One that will test her headstrong persona in R&B music and give the fans what they want. Guys and gals will be compelled to listen to her new brand of music, and tune into what makes her tick at the same time.
She is striking back at the haters and media in her latest song, “Shut Em Up,” and offers a fun and straightforward appeal in the upcoming fourth studio album “Basic Instinct” due out November 30. The album unleashes a mix of head-bobbing lyrics including the hit-track, “Ride” featuring rapper Ludacris, and collaborations with The Dream and Tricky Stewart who also worked on the 2009 album Fantasy Ride.
“When you get the record you’re going to get a really fun vibe,” the singer said. “You’re gonna get an even more sensual side and also confident and cocky. I got like such an attitude on this record, but in a fun way. Kinda had fun like exploring and experimenting with that, so you’ll get all that in one.”
The latest video for the single “Speechless,” is bound to raise eyebrows on the scene, eliciting one of the most personal and steamy responses in a long time.