There’s something slightly unapologetic, vulnerable and empowering about Ciara this go-around and I
like love it.
Sony Music Entertainment (parent company to her home at Epic Records) released exciting new details about the premiere and visual concept of her first single, “Sorry“, her “fierce” follow-up single and the “emotionally honest” sound we can expect on One Woman Army.
Much like One Woman Army, the “Sorry” video reflects Ciara’s evolution as an artist; it showcases a surprisingly gentle Ciara. “Sorry” will premiere on BET’s 106 and Park on September 13th. (A video for “Got Me Good” will be available concurrent with the single’s release on October 8.)
One Woman Army is a deeply personal record; it exposes a softer side of Ciara. While she continued to flex her considerable strength, Ciara allowed herself to be emotionally open and honest in writing and recording the songs for One Woman Army. “I can sometimes be afraid of my own vulnerability,” she said. “But this time I let myself face it. I let myself feel. I let myself be real. I let myself hurt and be healed.”
Working with The Underdogs, Rodney Jerkins, Soundz, Jasper Cameron, Josh Abraham and Jermaine Dupri, Ciara’s created an album that’s authentic, emotionally honest, and easily her most ambitious to date.
Ciara’s talent is amplified by her beauty and her magnetic screen presence. An accomplished actress, the video for “Sorry” is her first on-film endeavor since she co-starred in this summer’s comedy, That’s My Boy.
One Woman Army is expected to drop on December 4th!
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