R&B singer Ciara will release her third album, “Fantasy Ride,” this September via Jive records. According to Billboard, the disc will be a three CD set, bundled together, each with five to six songs catering to a different theme. The first disc is called “Groove City” and will contain sensual songs like “Promise,” while the second disc is called “Crunktown” and includes tracks similar to Ciara’s 2004 introductory single, “Goodies.” Finally, the up-tempo “Kingdom of Dance” will showcase Ciara’s house-leaning, freestyle-tinged cuts. Producer Tricky Stewart, who crafted Rihanna’s “Umbrella,” is co-executive-producing the project along with Ciara. Danja is helming both “Crunktown” and “Kingdom of Dance,” while “Groove City” is led by Tricky and Jasper. An official single will drop in June, according to the label. Ciara’s last album, 2006’s “The Evolution,” has sold 1.3 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Ciara will appear in the upcoming film “Mama I Want To Sing,” co-starring Lynn Whitfield and Patti LaBelle, which hits theaters in October.