'It's obviously still pop and we've been playing with more dance pop,' the 'High School Musical 3:Senior Year' star describes her new music.
Four years after putting out her last album "Guilty Pleasure", Ashley Tisdale is finally working on her music again. The 28-year-old singer, who has been focusing on her acting career, recently talked about the new songs she'd written.
"I'm still trying to find exactly where I want to go with that. I've been heading towards a specific direction and I think that's where I'm going to be," she told MTV. "It's obviously still pop and we've been playing with more dance pop."
The "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" actress explained, "My last album was pop rock, so I definitely kind of have been more into the dancier type of pop songs. It's definitely heavily pop for sure."
Tisdale is in no rush to release a new record. She said she's simply happy to hit recording studio again and enjoying the process of creating music. "I don't even know if I'm just going to do singles or do an album. It's really just me going into the studio and doing what I love," she continued.
"I've been inspired to start doing music again. I've been really excited to be back in the studio and figuring out what that next sound is. But I definitely missed it and I'm having a lot of fun with it, so we will see," she added.
Earlier this month, Tisdale dropped a new song called "You're Always Here". Produced by fiance Christopher French, the track is a tribute to her late grandfather.