So this album is not only for my fans, but for real rap heads.I'm talking about things, when people hear this record they gonna be like, 'Sh--, I know he didn't just say that! Like Usher, the teen rap star has come of age in the public eye and now that he's old enough, Bow finally wants to open up more about his private life — starting with his ex-girlfriend, Ciara (see "Ciara Talks Single Life, Dreams Of Acting Like A Boy On Evolution").Though he didn't want to name names, Bow Wow was more than forthcoming when he hinted about the material on his upcoming album, The Price of Fame, due December 19 on Sony Urban Music/ Columbia Records.Bow did express appreciation for all his fans, but admitted he wanted to open up more in hopes of making this what he's calling his first real rap album (see "Bow Wow Planning A Very Early Retirement After Next Album").He and Jermaine Dupri recruited a few guests to help achieve this mission, including Lil Wayne and Houston newcomer Shortdog for a track called "Four Corners." Although they've yet to nail down the fourth MC for the song, Bow likened the track to having the youngest and most talented artists from each corner of the map representing for their backyard with their talent.
Bow was careful never to reveal her name, but a sly smile crossed his face when Ciara was brought up as the likely subject.Rewind that.' "It's new to me and it's gonna be new to my fans," he concluded.is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, model and actress.In 2016, Ciara signed a signed a modeling contract with IMG.Since making her musical debut in 2004, Ciara has attained eight Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles, including a number one.