The release of Ciara’s hotly anticipated album “Basic Instict” LP has been re-sheduled and pushed back to a later date. Initially set for release on  August 17th, the album – her fourth – will now arrive in stores in October.

Also, some new information has come out regarding the collaborations that will be featured on the album. Apparently, the singer has decided to go with less collabo’s in an attempt to focus on her vocal talent. “I worked with Ludacris on the single, “Ride,” but I didn’t really collaborate with anyone else because I wanted people to be able to hear me and my voice this time around,” says Ciara.

“Basic Instict” will be the follow up to last year’s “Fantasy Ride,” which featured songs with Justin Timberlake, Ludacris, Chris Brown, Missy Elliot, Young Jeezy, and The-Dream.

Michael Wash

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