Carmen Electra on Re-Launching Her Music Career: ‘It’s Always Been My Dream’ (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

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Carmen Electra knows she has one man to thank for her new dance single, “I Like It Loud.”

“Working with Prince many, many, many years ago, I got a little taste of what it was like to be on stage and in front of an audience and feel that energy,” the 40-year-old pin-up queen told Celebuzz during an interview at a behind-the-scenes rehearsal.

“Obviously my career has taken off in different directions — which I am very grateful for, I love acting — but deep down inside this is what I have wanted to do for so long.

“I have got to the point in my life where I have felt like I have to go for it. Now is the time.”

The dance-electronic track, which hit online stores Nov. 13, is the first song the 40-year-old former Baywatch babe has released since 1992 when her mentor, Prince, produced her self-titled album, “Carmen Electra.”

Twenty years later, Electra revealed all her success on other mediums has never been quite enough.

“In my heart and soul I wanted to get back to music… I feel emotional because it’s [been] my dream for so long,” she added.

The former Playboy Playmate shot to stardom when she replaced Jenny McCarthy as the co-host on the MTV dating series Singled Out in 1997, which parlayed into a movie career in such flicks as Scary Movie, Date Movie and Disaster Movie.

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