Songstress Christina Milian has signed with MySpace Records for her upcoming musical project. The singer/actress was released from her record deal with Def Jam in 2006 after the release of her album 'So Amazin,' which reportedly pushed less than 200,000 units.

Milian, 26, is working on her "comeback" and told the folks over at Billboard about her new record deal. "I've been out of the game for one and a half years, and I think I'm long overdue for a comeback, so I'm treating this album like it's my last chance to make an impression," she said. "I'm competing with myself and being very detailed. Before, I had a label telling me what direction to go in. Now, it's my choice, so I'm being very particular about it and I'm really excited.'

The album features production from Cool and Dre, Danja and T-Pain; while Kanye West is the sole guest artist. Her first single 'Us against the World' which Milian calls a 'cinematic power ballad" will be released on October 6 via Myspace.