Ciara Reveals Torrid Cover Art For "Greatest Love," Talks Record Label Ownership

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Ciara took a leap in the direction of independence by launching her personal label, Beauty Mark Entertainment, in 2017. The boss woman dropped "Level Up" as the primary single underneath the moniker final yr, adopted by a pair extra tunes, and is already readying some new music for her followers. Her newest, "Greatest Love" is slated for launch on February 12.

The singer spoke to Billboard  about her enterprise enterprise explaining the way it a step in the direction of furthering her legacy. "My final objective is to good my journey first, after which in some unspecified time in the future in time down the road, it will be enjoyable to really produce other artists come alongside and the thought can be to empower them. The concept of possession is admittedly essential to me and that is what this part is about," she mentioned.

"It's really about, let's actually construct issues to the place it may possibly final for a extremely very long time and I can actually reap the complete advantages of my labor. I have been in programs and the way in which the offers are sometimes structured for us artists, we do not actually get to reap the complete monetary advantages of our labor. I like what I do. I get up each day excited to do what I do, even throughout the hardest instances. But on the similar time, it is like, let's make financial sense of all of it as nicely."

For now, Beauty Mark represents full autonomy permitting her to work together with followers on her personal phrases. "I am having enjoyable simply giving my followers music. There are plans to what I am doing but when I've a second the place I am like, “I wish to put this track out immediately,” I am gonna put it out. That’s what it is about. I simply wish to in the end do what feels proper," she added. "And I'll say that each time in my profession once I've carried out what felt creatively proper to me in my intestine, it is all the time works. So I wish to persist with that system."