Adrienne Bailon is ready to put out new music and according to the former Cheetah Girl, her music will make “much more sense now.”
HipHollywood recently caught up with The Real co-host to talk about her new film, “I’m In Love With A Church Girl,” and that’s when the star opened up about her music career.
“It’s so crazy how everything works exactly the way it’s supposed to, God’s timing is perfect. When I originally got my solo deal at Def Jam with L.A. Reid straight off the Cheetah Girls tour, I was making music as a 25-year-old and so excited to finally be able to have a little more grown music going on, and I think there was a disconnect,” Adrienne said.
“I would play the records for people, and people who would be like ‘what does that little 16-year-old girl know about having her heart broken or being in love.’ Those were the things I was singing about that were really personal and true to where I was in my life. For people it was hard for them to understand that I was not the 16-year-old Cheetah Girl character that I was a grown 26-year-old woman,” she explained.
Bailon, who was a co-host on last summer’s daytime talk show, The Real, says that after seeing the FOX show, fans will understand her music a little bit more. “It’s perfect timing. Now’s the time to really put out music because there won’t be any disconnect. You will see that the girl singing those songs, is singing about all the things I was talking about on the stage out there,” the host said.
Adrienne first got her start in the girl group 3LW with Naturi Naughton and Kiely Williams. Bailon later signed with the Disney channel where she starred in the movie The Cheetah Girls, which also starred Raven-Symone.
The actress is currently making music under Ne-Yo’s record label.