AceShowbiz - Michael Buble has described his upbeat new album as a "baby-making record".
The singer is gearing up to release his first studio album after a two-year hiatus, in which he took time out of the limelight to care for his five-year-old son Noah as he battled liver cancer.
Noah has since gone on to make a full recovery, and when it came to recording his 10th studio album, "Love", Michael wanted it to be full of positivity.
"My family has been through a lot and there is enough negative stuff out there in the world so I just wanted to make a 'baby-making' record," the 43-year-old shared when he appeared on "The Graham Norton Show" in an episode that airs on Friday, November 09. "My romance with being creative never went away, I just got a different perspective on life - this is a beautiful chance to enjoy life and I don't want to know what the critics think."
The Canadian crooner and his wife Luisana Lopilato are also parents to two-year-old son Elias and three-month-old daughter Vida, and Michael has dedicated a song on the album, "Forever Now", to his three children.
However, he believes the tune is too emotional for him to ever perform live.
"It's about time - the sentimental passing of time," he said of the track. "I wrote it and sang the demo but it is too painful to ever sing again."
On Thursday, the "Haven't Met You Yet" hitmaker announced he was going on his first tour since Noah's recovery. He's kicking off the dates of the 27-city U.S. run in Tampa, Florida on February 13. The tour will end on April 6 in Tacoma, Washington, and also includes stop offs at New York City's Madison Square Garden and Los Angeles' Staples Center.