Ciara ft. Young Jeezy - Never Ever

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Ciara , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Polow Da Don and Elvis 'BlacElvis' Williams
Album:
Fantasy Ride

The best artists are skilled at switching between a variety of musical styles and lyrical themes.  In Ciara‘s case, complementing her club bangers (Goodies, 1-2 Step, Get Up, Go Girl) are slower, more laid-back jams (And I, Promise, Can’t Leave Him Alone).  Staying true to that gameplan, she has reenlisted Promise producer Polow Da Don for the latest single off her long-awaited junior album, Fantasy RideNever Ever is a smooth track encouraging females not to let their unrequited love for any man ruin their lives, but CiCi doesn’t neglect to provide a male perspective – enter Young Jeezy, who delivers a guest verse reminiscent of his contribution on Usher‘s Love in This Club.  In a nutshell, Never Ever has something for everyone; hopefully that appeal is enough to get Fantasy Ride a solid release date.

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