Singer, actress, entrepreneur, designer, mother, step-mother, daughter, sister, wife, philanthropist ... Is there any hat that Reba doesn't wear? The Queen of Country Music has a lot going on outside of music! And that's just the way she likes it ...

The Boot sat down with Reba at her own Starstruck Studios on Nashville's Music Row, to talk about her appropriately-titled 34th studio album, 'All the Women I Am,' which hit stores November 9. In this exclusive video interview, the iconic entertainer opens up about her new project and all of her many roles in life ... including the one that always chokes her up.

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'All the Women I Am' includes Reba's sassy current hit, 'Turn on the Radio,' along with her co-penned 'Somebody's Chelsea,' a countrified version of Beyonce's 'If I Were a Boy' and seven other tracks of empowerment, love and heartache -- all themes that have run throughout the Oklahoma native's illustrious, 34 year career. The limited deluxe edition of the project -- a CD/DVD combo -- includes four videos from Reba's AOL Music Sessions performance: 'Consider Me Gone,' 'Strange,' 'I Want a Cowboy' and Eight Crazy Hours (in the Story of Love), along with her CMT Unplugged performance of 'If I Were A Boy' and behind-the-scenes footage of the making of 'Turn On the Radio.'