Ciara continues to gush and spill the beans about her new album "Basic Instinct" which is set to hit stores next month. She described this album as "bass heavy, which will feature elements of Hip-Hop, R&B, and Pop." Peep a little bit more below..
“With this record I’m taking it back to basics and giving my fans what they love” she admits “It’s me taking it back to when I first started. I have to say on this record I put a warning that it’s bass heavy because that’s how I started out; the bass is always important…it’s an important ingredient to my music. There’s definitely a lot of bass but at the same time you’re going to be able to put it on and listen to it from beginning to end. It will definitely keep you out of your seat. Even the slow records tell such great stories and are still so good I feel like my fans are going to be happy. I do believe that when you hear the record you’re really gonna have a good time listening to the music. It’s going to take you to a really fun place”.
When she was asked to describe the musical styles that will feature on the project, she says it will offer a selection of genres:
“It’s definitely going to be a mixture” she says “It’s going to have a bit of the ingredients from my first record. One thing I’ve always said is that I want my albums to have all three; I want it to be a bit of the hip-hop, a little bit of the R&B and pop. I’ve been very blessed and my music has always been able to go into those areas. For example with my first record I toured with 50 Cent, Lil’ Jon and Ludacris…I was the only female there and I was able to hold my own in the middle of all those guys. Later on in my career I had a record with Justin (Timberlake) and it was very different from my world. I was just able to share that side of me there. It’s really important to me that it’s a combination and that it can travel from the hood in Atlanta to the UK – that’s important to me. It’s definitely going to have a little hip-hop, R&B and pop”.
This comes at good news. It looks like she doing what she wanted to do on the "Fantasy Ride" album and give us all three sides of her music, but in a different way. So now that it's more CONCRETE and a lot of time has been spent on this project, I'm sure fans will appreciate it more and Ci-Ci another chance. She's taking it back to basics, and that was the Ciara that I loved!