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1, 2 Step (feat. Missy Elliott) Ciara, Missy Elliott 03:22
Like a Boy Ciara 03:57
How We Roll Ciara, Chris Brown 03:19
Goodies (feat. Petey Pablo) Ciara, Petey Pablo 03:43
Level Up Ciara 03:24
Love Sex Magic (feat. Justin Timberlake) Ciara, Justin Timberlake 03:40
Get Up (feat. Chamillionaire) Ciara, Chamillionaire 04:21
Oh (feat. Ludacris) Ciara, Ludacris 04:16
Can't Leave 'Em Alone (feat. 50 Cent) Ciara, 50 Cent 04:04
Dance Like We're Making Love Ciara 04:17

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Missy Elliott with Ciara, Busta Rhymes, and Timbaland at Rogers Arena (July 4, 2024)
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The R&B singer Ciara was born as "Ciara Princess Harris" on October 25, 1985, in Austin, Texas. Her family later settled in Atlanta, Georgia, where Ciara enjoyed a stint in a girl group as a teenager before going solo with the help of producer Jazze Pha. Her career took off when she co-wrote her breakthrough single, "Goodies," with Sean Garrett. Released in summer 2004, "Goodies" reached Number 1 on the Billboard 100 and was followed by Ciara's self-titled debut album, which sold more than five million copies worldwide. She started collaborating with other artist/producers, most notably Missy Elliot on the single "1, 2 Step" and with Ludacris on "Oh," both of which reached the upper echelons of the US charts. In late 2006, Ciara released her second album, The Evolution, which topped the R&B chart and featured the Top 20 singles "Get Up," "Promise," and "Like A Boy." She charted at number 3 with Fantasy Ride (2009), number 44 with Basic Instinct (2010), number 2 with the self-titled Ciara (2013), number 17 with Jackie (2015), and number 87 with Beauty Marks (2019). Ciara then released a string of non-album singles during the early 2020s, including 2023's "Forever," which hit number 21 on Billboard's R&B Songs chart that summer.