"All I gotta say is I've been cooking up some stuff and I can't wait to share it with the world," said the R&B singer who’s slated to co-hosting Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve Friday night, adding that viewers can expect "a little something-something" from her during the show.
It’s been a while, almost three years, since the "Goodies" singer released her last studio album, Beauty Marks.
The Grammy Award-winning artist explained that she’s been “enjoying life” with her adorable children: Future, 7, Sienna, 4, and 1-year-old Win.
"I think it's so important to pause and do that," the songbird told ABC. "It's been really amazing building out businesses this past year but my heart is always with the creativity as well."
In addition to her music career, Ciara is also an entrepreneur. In October, she announced a business partnership with Ten To One Rum’s CEO Marc Farrell as an investor, co-owner and director.
Ciara has also been busy the past few years working in the philanthropic space with her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. In 2014, the power couple founded the Why Not You Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting poverty through education and empowering youth to lead with a “why not you” attitude.
They were honored at the 2021 Soul Train Awards with the Soul of Justice Award for their efforts to improve the quality of life for others.