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Simply CrunkTastic!! (That's Right)!!

HeyWuzUp!! O.M.G I LOVE Ciara, I am a big FAN!! everything she does is hot to me I LOVE IT!!. Ciara is very talented, and you have to give her credit, the song That's Right is a booty-bass heavy electropop sound, and you can not help but to dance. The song was produced by Lil John who produced her first smash hit Goodies, also samples Pretty Tony's Jam In The Box, and Fix It In The Mix. To me the song That's Right is kind of like a sequel to Goodies taking a independent stand, and speaking on female empowerment. The video for That's Right was actully filmed a day before Can't Leave Em Alone which was her last single, also the video was directed by the same people too. The video begins with a close out look on a gas station, than we see Ciara pulling up at a gas pump, along with her friends who are choreographer Jamaica, and R&B singer Monica who is on the passenger side. Ciara's cell phone rings so she send the caller straight to voicemail than Ciara starts to talk about taking a stand on her own from her significant other, the shot changes to Lil John shouting the tag to the song ''I Bet You Wont Get Crunk''. Ciara starts to drive some more down the road, and the next stop is at a foodmart where Ciara starts to dance with male friends. The shot of the video is Ciara in a all leather outfit with her girls gettin crunk. They all began to dance for the break part when Ciara starts to rap, and have a routine until the video ends. Look I would say more but if you like Goodies the song, and the video you will really love this one so what are you waiting for support Ciara, and get the video I HOPE people love Ciara the way I DO!!. Thank's 4 Reading I Hope the review was helpful, and Show Love, and Support Thank's 4 your time!! Sho Nuff!!

I knew some day Ciara would come out with something hot

This is the fifth single off of Ciara’s album, The Evolution. The first four singles where Get Up, Promise, Like A Boy, and Can’t Leave’Em Alone. Although this is not as good as any of them, this is sure up there. She always does great, cause Ciara is probably my favorite girl artist. Her voice shines as usual. I think that it is about time she released a fifth single. This features production and an appearance from Lil’Jhon. Lil’Jhon’s production is fabulous as usual. He produces a very energetic beat almost like his beats in “Get Buck In Here” “Yeah” “Snap Yo Fingers” and “Ms. New Booty.” He also does a very nice chorus. Ciara’s bridge is solid and she handles the verses very good too. The video is very good too. It shows Ciara with her friend in the car. As Lil’Jhon starts rapping, they drive really fast. They stop at a gas station and showcases some wonderful dancing from Ciara, and I think all female R&B singer should dance like that. When they get to this club, she starts dancing even better. I can tell this will be a hit. I sure recommend the video cause it is defiantly very good.

Ciara tight video!

I like this video it off the hook.Ciara dance great in the video .I am glad see LilJon and Monica in the Ciara video.

Biography

Born: October 25, 1985 in Austin, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dubbed early on as "the First Lady of Crunk & B" by the producer who knew, Lil Jon, singer Ciara was born in Austin, Texas, but with her father in the Army, she spent time living in Germany, New York, California, Arizona, and Nevada before landing in Atlanta, Georgia. In her early teens, she got a piece of paper out and wrote down her life's goal, to become a professional singer. She joined a girl group, worked on her songwriting, left the group, landed a publishing deal, and found a "music soul...
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That's Right (feat. Lil Jon), Ciara
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  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Released: Jan 11, 2007

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