Jennifer Hudson is embracing her thirties and looking forward to releasing her third album later this year.
Jennifer Hudson is embracing her thirties.
The 'Feeling Good' singer reached the milestone age two years ago and is comfortable with who she is and enjoying her third decade.
She told E! News: ''I love the thirties. I'm like, now I got the hang of it and being settled with myself and embracing it. I love the space that I'm in.''
Jennifer has also recently finished her third studio album and claims it is a ''feel good'' record.
She told MTV News: ''I think it's more of a feeling, more than a genre, and I've had the pleasure of working with Pharrell [Williams] and Timbaland, and I love their process.
''They allow you to express yourself musically as an artist, as a writer, in every way. It's been a lot of fun.''
Speaking of the track which will be the lead single, she added: ''You listen to it and it'll make you happy.''
Jennifer also has an alter-ego on the record who she calls Jones, who will appear in some of her tracks - although she has ruled out any raunchy numbers.
She said: ''Singing about the same old things in music is so overrated. Sex, drinking, the club. Okay, especially sex. Like, we are grownups, we ain't got over that? like, really? Ain't you too old for that kind of thing? Can you talk about something else? I get annoyed with those things.''
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