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Ciara is a testament to the sentiment, “the sky’s the limit.”
In the past year alone, the enterprising vocalist has gifted fans with Beauty Marks, her first album in nearly five years, launched her own label imprint, and even found time to attend Harvard Business School. But the mother of two insists she’s still very much a “student of the game.”
“There’s still a lot more learning and growing to do,” the “Greatest Love” singer tells ABC Radio. “So, for me I want to continue to be a student of the game and continue to find ways to be the best executive I can be.”
“‘Cause it’s all new for me, wearing the hat of running my own company. But, then also finding ways to keep evolving as an artist,” Ciara added.
Back in February, the Grammy-winning artist went public with her Beauty Marks Entertainment company, which is described as an intersection of music, film, tech and philanthropy. Her viral hit, “Level Up,” served as the pilot single under the imprint, and her latest effort, Beauty Marks, was the label’s first full-length release.
Then earlier this week, the 33-year-old became an official alumna of Harvard after completing their prestigious Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports program.
“It’s been an incredible journey for me because I never got to go to college due to my career taking off so early. This is a dream come true,” Ciara admitted, adding, “This is the most empowered I’ve ever felt in my life.”
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