Nicole Scherzinger thinks her forthcoming ''urban pop'' album is worth the three-year wait since her last LP was released.
Nicole Scherzinger's new album is ''urban pop''.
The former Pussycat Dolls singer has promised fans her new material - the first since her last LP 'Killer Love' was released in 2011 0 is worth the wait.
She said: ''Hopefully it'll be worth the wait. I'm really excited about this album - it's pop, but urban pop. I'll just let the music speak for itself.''
Asked what her new songs are inspired by, Nicole, who is dating racing driver Lewis Hamilton, claims they are about ''life and relationships and love.''
She added to Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''That's always pretty expected. It's natural. It's the easiest thing to write about. It's what we work off of, right? Live off of, breathe off of, eat off of, sleep off of, right?''
The brunette beauty recorded half of the new record in Los Angeles and the rest in Miami but insists she still loves her second home, London, where she lived while she was a judge on 'The X Factor'.
She said: ''I love recording in London though. After experiencing last summer, I feel like England's got a bad rep. Last summer was glorious and, during my stay here, even though the weather was a bit moody at times, I can be a bit moody so I empathised with it. And I was quite impressed.''
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