Ciara - Livin It Up

Posted 3 years ago
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RCA pop songstress Ciara may still be waiting on a release date for her fifth full-length, be she’s not stressing in the meantime. On the contrary, as she puts it on her latest feature, “I be Livin’ It Up, livin’ it up.Originally released as part of Cosmopolitan‘s Epic Playlist series, this high-energy ode to female independence finds Ci Ci delivering confident verses over producer D’Mile‘s upbeat sampling of Kid N Play’s Rollin’ With Kid ‘N Play. Does this bubbly selection leave you craving more? Stay tuned—while One Woman Army as-yet lacks a drop date, the artist has a new single titled Sorry on track for release in the days ahead.

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