Reba fans got their first look at the cover art for the superstar’s upcoming album, ALL THE WOMEN I AM, today. The hot-off-the-presses artwork was revealed exclusively by USA Today in this morning’s Lifeline column.
Reba’s 34th career studio album will also include the superstar’s popular cover of Beyonce’s hit, “If I Were A Boy,” which became a viral sensation when she first performed the song on CMT Unplugged earlier this year.
ALL THE WOMEN I AM, marks Reba’s first project with award-winning producer Dann Huff (Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts).
“It is so good to be back in the studio with Dann Huff,” says Reba. “He has played guitar on so many of my albums and I was thrilled when he said yes to producing this CD with me. He’s a very talented, creative and fun person to work with.
ALL THE WOMEN I AM will be the superstar’s second album for The Valory Music Co. The new album also includes Reba’s latest smash hit, “Turn On the Radio.” The modern day kiss-off anthem is already a Top 25 hit on both Billboard’s Top Country Songs Chart and the Country Aircheck/ USA Today (powered by Mediabase) chart.
Reba’s recent Gold album, KEEP ON LOVING YOU, garnered a string of hits including the Top 10 “Strange” and the history-making, “Consider Me Gone,” which spent 4 weeks at #1. With the success of, “Consider Me Gone,” Reba joined Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Gretchen Wilson as the only female Country artists to log more than 3 weeks at #1 in the past 10 years. The Top 10 title track, “I Keep On Loving You,” became Reba’s 63rd Top 10 hit.
Last week, Reba picked up a 2010 CMA Nomination for “Female Vocalist of the Year.” The superstar recently surpassed the one million fan mark on Facebook, propelling her into an elite group of only 10 Country artists to achieve the popularity milestone. Fans can follow Reba at: www.facebook.com/REBA