Carmine Gotti Agnello is all grown up, and embarking on the next stage of his life: making music.
Agnello, the oldest of Victoria Gotti's sons - the family that starred for three seasons on A&E's reality series, "Growing Up Gotti" - will unveil his smooth new single at a Manhattan birthday bash hosted by Mom Saturday night. (Agnello was also on VH1's "But Can They Sing?" in 2005, and the answer is yes.)
"We're having a party to celebrate my album," said Agnello, who turned 24 yesterday. "I spent three years working on this, three years of vocal lessons and choreography lessons. . . . I am really excited."
The self-titled album - "It's up-tempo, I like to call it hip-pop," he said - is 95 percent finished, and will be out sometime this summer. But the first single, "Jealous," a throbbing collaboration with former Ruff Ryders chief executive Darrin Dean, is all set for its premiere Saturday at celeb hot spot M2 Ultralounge on West 28th Street.
Sorry, it's a private party. "There's going to be a lot of basketball players there," Agnello said. "I can't say who. And different music industry people."
What's next? "I'd really like to open up for an R&B guy like Omarion."