R&B/soul singer Anthony Hamilton is feeling “Cool” with the upcoming release of his most free-spirited album to date – “The Point of It All”. “The lyrics are about day-to-day life, the struggles and trying to make things happen without a lot. But, of course, there’s a happy ending,” say the “Cool” singer. A follow up to his 2005 album “Ain’t Nobody Worryin’,” “The Point of It All” features a lighter side of the star that earned acclaim for the singles “Charlene” and “Comin’ Where I’m From” several years ago. Three years later, Hamilton, citing label deadlines, says the break between albums was well worth it. “Sometimes deadlines get in the way of some really good things. That’s why I didn’t want to rush it. Now, it feels complete.” Eying his next single, a love ballad aptly titled “The Point of It All,” Hamlton says “Be careful when listening to it. If you don’t have kids, you might have some after this one.” The 37-year-old singer also addresses the current economic crisis (“Souls on Fire”) and the dangers of infidelity (“Please Stay With Me”) on “The Point of It All” according to Billboard. “We must not forget things can still go on in the world that affect you and even in your own relationship,” he says. In related news Anthony Hamilton is currently on a U.S. club tour , with dates booked through December 14 in Atlanta, and is also scheduled to play “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Good Morning America” this month. “The Point of It All” hits stores and online retailers Dec. 16 via Jive.