Pop singer Jesse McCartney will follow 2008's "Departure" with "Have It All," his fourth full-length set for a January 2011 release on Hollywood Records. The singer worked with "Departure" producer Sean Garrett, Kevin Rudolf and Young Money rapper Tyga on the album, which was previewed with the release of first single "Shake" last month.
"It's full of sexy, four-on-the-floor beats with big pop melodies... but yet again, some rhythmic, R&B stuff that's pushing the envelope a little bit more for me as an artist," McCartney tells Billboard.com. "I wanted to make sure that there were no boundaries. I'm 23, and I wanted to make sure there was nothing boxing me in musically or content-wise."
McCartney spent a year working on the 11-track album with a variety of writers and producers, including Garrett, Rudolf and "a bunch of new guys from Dr. Luke's camp" like Ammo and J. Cash. The singer will perform the Ammo-produced "Shake" on "Live! with Regis and Kelly" on Tuesday (Oct. 19).