In the interview she says she's trying to create her own genre. "I have a lot of live instruments that I'm putting into the tracks to try to change the sound and make my own genre of music." Guess B's tired of being put into a box. So will it be a dash of Soul, a sprinkle of pop, a hint of dance, a dose of rock and a smidget of jazz, all the things B loves in music.
She's definitely out to Dance and spread her happiness, something that has been echoed by producers Sean Garrett and Rodney Jerkins. So, is B channeling old school R&B and Pop, genres that used to rely heavily on live instruments and at the same time trying to create a new sound? Prince did it. Mike did it. Madge did it. Now it's B's turn.
So far confirmed producers for the album are NE-YO, Jim Jonsin, Sean Garrett, RocNation's Deputy, Tricky & The Dream and Rodney Jerkins, Q-Tip, Rich Harrison, The Script and Fitzroy Reid.