The expected release date is August, said a spokeswoman for FYI Public Relations, which is promoting the album.
"The inspiration and meaning behind the title, "Playing With Fire," is self-explanatory," the 28-year-old Federline, known to some as K-Fed, said in a statement Tuesday.
"I'm excited about this album and am looking forward to continuing my promotional club tour in support of it and seeing the firsthand reaction of my fans listening to my songs for the first time," he said. "My album is sure to set the dance floors across the world on fire!"
His first single, the critically slammed Brazilian groove "PopoZao," was released earlier this year through Yahoo Music Unlimited.
Federline and Spears have a son, Sean Preston, who was born in September. He also has two children with his former girlfriend Shar Jackson.