Beauty Marks Ciara
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- 1I Love Myself (feat. Macklemore)05:28
- 2Level Up03:24
- 4Thinkin Bout You03:48
- 5Trust Myself03:38
- 6Girl Gang (feat. Kelly Rowland)03:19
- 8Na Na03:08
- 9Freak Me (feat. Tekno)03:20
- 10Greatest Love03:43
- 11Beauty Marks03:36
Info for Beauty Marks
The time has come for R&B diva, Ciara's follow up to her 2015 LP, Jackie. After taking some time to "Level Up" and marry the love of her life, Russell Wilson, the singer is back to announce the May 10th release of her latest album, Beauty Marks. Opening the era with a stunning lead single, "Greatest Love," dedicated to her hubby, the Atlanta queen who's given us a slew of sexy slow jams and hype dance tracks, is back in full force.
The singer stunned in her usual style in the video for "Greatest Love," where a minimal backdrop lit warmly featured the singer winding, snapping and praising her lifelong romance in a series of sickening looks. From her signature sporty silhouette to fashion furs and a sparkling gold bikini that would make Cleopatra blush, Ciara offers style to boot.
Enduring an ever-changing music business and delivering memorable pop culture moments since the release of her debut album, Goodies, over 15 years ago, Ciara continues to hold it down for contemporary R&B. Revealing the look and feel of her latest record posing nude in black body paint, the new artwork oozes a romantic sex appeal.
With multi-platinum success straight out of the gate, R&B/pop vocalist/songwriter Ciara jumped directly into a chart-topping music career when her first single arrived in 2004, and rode that initial wave for years to come. Early connections with bigger names in the music industry worked in tandem with her burning talent for both songcraft and performance, earning the singer Grammys and multi-platinum record sales from the very beginning. Ciara's time at the top of charts was brief, lasting around five years, but she parlayed her early fame into a healthy and lasting stardom, branching out into production, modeling, and acting as well as collaborating with Missy Elliott, Ludacris, Timbaland, and many others among the biggest names of her time. Though her personal life saw many massive shifts, music always came first for Ciara as she moved from the rowdy crunk fun of her debut album, Goodies, to more nuanced and sometimes socially conscious singles such as "Like a Boy," to the vulnerable songwriting of her eponymous 2013 album. Ciara Princess Harris was born in Austin, Texas, in 1985 into a military family that moved around for the better part of her childhood. The family lived in New York, California, Germany, and multiple other locales before landing in Atlanta, Georgia. Despite early ambitions to be a lawyer, her love of music grew and she worked hard in her teen years as a member of the group Hearsay before they disbanded. While still in high school, she began writing songs for other artists and befriended producer Jazze Pha, who helped orchestrate a record deal for Ciara with LaFace Records in 2003. The next year, she began recording demos with songwriter/producer Sean Garrett, who was fresh off the success of Usher's monster hit "Yeah!," which he co-wrote. The two worked up a demo for a song called "Goodies," and when Lil Jon heard the demo he saw enormous potential and agreed to produce the song, calling on Petey Pablo to do a featured guest spot on the single. "Goodies" was released in the summer of 2004 and had a staggeringly quick rise to the top of the charts around the world, hailed by some as the anthem of the summer. The song put Ciara's name on the map and paved the way for her debut album, also titled Goodies, to be released in September of that year. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard Top 200 chart, quickly going multi-platinum. The follow-up singles "1, 2 Step" featuring Missy Elliott and "Oh" featuring Ludacris both broke the Top Five in the U.S. in 2005. By the end of the year, Ciara had joined Gwen Stefani on tour before teaming with Bow Wow and Chris Brown for a package tour in early 2006.
Her sophomore album, The Evolution, arrived in December 2006, charting immediately and going on to sell certified platinum numbers. The album spawned the singles "Get Up" featuring Chamillionaire, "Promise," and "Like a Boy." Performances in promotion of The Evolution included multiple festival appearances, a headlining tour, and a slot as a support act for a U.K. leg of Rihanna's Good Girl Gone Bad world tour. The May 2009 release of Fantasy Ride, Ciara's third album, was preceded by a few delays, including a pre-release single that failed to catch fire. Fantasy Ride was, nonetheless, her most star-studded album to date, with Elliott and Ludacris as well as the-Dream, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown, and Justin Timberlake as passengers. Collaborating with the-Dream developed into the album Basic Instinct, released in December 2010 and featuring the-Dream and associate Christopher "Tricky" Stewart as executive producers. It was her first album to peak outside the Top Ten of the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
For her self-titled fifth album, released in July 2013, she reconnected with LaFace co-founder L.A. Reid and moved to the Epic label. Thanks to the certified gold single "Body Party," it debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. An engagement to collaborator Future, the birth of the couple's son, and the couple's split all occurred prior to the May 2015 release of Jackie, Ciara's sixth album, named after her mother. Shortly before the release of Jackie, Ciara began dating Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, and the two were married in July 2016. They had a daughter in the spring of 2017 as plans were underway for the recording of Ciara's then-untitled seventh studio album. In July 2018, the first evidence of that record emerged with the release of the single "Level Up," which landed at number four on the Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart. (AllMusicGuide)
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