Simpson gave MTV a sneak peak of the album on September 8. It is described by Simpson as being based on beats more than guitars, unlike her previous albums, and some of the songs are darkly themed and sung by Simpson as an alter ego called Vicky Valentine. Among these songs is "Murder", a possible first single from the album, which also features rapping by Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes. Simpson mentioned her work on Chicago as being one of her inspirations for the album, and she said that "there's a part of every girl and guy who wants to get out and get away with things". Other songs mentioned are "Follow You Wherever You Go" (described as "jazzed-up"), "Rulebreaker", "Ay Ay Ay", and "Ragdoll". According to MTV, Simpson has recorded six songs with Timbaland and seven with Chad Hugo and Kenna.
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