Ciara has signed a new record deal with Warner Bros.
The 31-year-old singer/songwriter - who is pregnant with her second child - is excited to "make the world dance again" after putting pen to paper on the new agreement.
She wrote on Instagram: "Warner Brothers Records!!! Lets Get It! Proud to announce and honored to join the family! To all my Ladies out there...this is truly a time where we can do anything, be anything we want, & Love to the fullest while being loved in return.. there is No Limit! Dreams really do come true! I'm supercharged to make the World Dance again (sic)."
Cameron Strang, Chairman and CEO, Warner Bros. Records, added: "We welcome Ciara to Warner Bros. Records and look forward to the next chapter of her storied music career."
Meanwhile, Ciara - who tied the knot with NFL player Russell Wilson last year - recently dropped her defamation lawsuit against her former fiancé Future, the father of her two-year-old son Future Jr.
Ciara was suing Future for $15 million for defamation, accusing him of libel and slander after he lashed out at her on Twitter but she later decided to drop the case.
She filed documents at the Superior Court in Fulton County, Georgia, to dissolve the case "with prejudice", meaning she cannot refile it, TMZ reported.
In her previous documents, Ciara claimed the angry messages Future wrote about her on social media damaged her "positive reputation" and portrayed her as "controlling, dishonest, malicious, unreasonable, evil, and conniving".
She also claimed his disparaging comments "scared away an international cosmetics company she thinks would have paid her $500,000".