The C-Squad’s extreme thirst for The Album Formerly Known As One Woman Army is very real, and it only grows stronger with each passing day.
Now, we’ve got another taste of CiCi’s Ciara to keep us briefly satiated: “I’m Out (feat. Nicki Minaj),” the album’s opening track — and this one is a straight up lady jam. Get ready to raise your glasses with Cici and Nicki!
Earlier today, I got on the hotline and spoke with the Thrower of Body Parties, Giver of Fantasy Rides and all-around Crunk-R&B Queen herself, Ciara. You know, as one does.
Why? Well, I wanted to talk about her upcoming record Ciara, obviously—but mostly because I had to get to the bottom of this whole “He Reads” business from the “Body Party” video. I also wanted to know why she’s apparently featured on her own song (“Super Turnt Up”). Oh, and to demand that “Overdose” be released as a single.
I managed to accomplish all three. Let’s get it started.
Ladies and gentlemen: The princess is here.
Ciara Princess Harris, First Lady of Crunk-R&B, has come twerking back once again with the tight new Director X-filmed video for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced Ciara smash, “Body Party.” (RIP One Woman Army—gone, but never forgotten.)
So, come along then: Let us head inside and explore Ciara’s sensual world—a throwback to ’90′s house parties, Atlanta rappers, pool tables, stripteases and sunglasses worn indoors. She reads, bitches!
We, the C-Squad, have been patiently awaiting the release of
One Woman Army Ciara for over a year now.
And while the Queen of Crunk-R&B already released the title, tracklisting and flaw-free cover for her upcoming fifth studio album, she’s also been spending a lot of time on her phone—singing “Body Party” in bathrooms, yes—but mostly giving us with dozens of Instagrams riding, working and generally getting super turnt up from the backseat of a car.
It happens frequently. So frequently, in fact, one might even say we’re OVERDOSING on photos of Ciara in the backseat of a car. And so, like Carrie Bradshaw, I got to thinking: Shouldn’t someone do something about this?
Well, I’ve done something about this.
Turn in your fatigues, soldiers: The One Woman Army has been officially dismantled.
This week, reigning Queen of Crunk-R&B Ciara unceremoniously jumped ship (wait, sorry—that’s Navy) and threw away the title of her endlessly delayed fifth studio album, replacing it with something a little more…personal (raw).
And that’s not all: She’s also unveiled the album cover—and it’s bound to have y’all back-bending in your lucite stiletto Converses and F-L-Y fanny packs. Gimmie dat art!