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Goodiesis the debut album from nineteen-year-old, Atlanta native, Ciara (pronounced see-air-ra). Signed to Jazze Pha's, new label Sho' Nuff/ Zomba, Goodies is the hottest debut urban album this year with production and guest appearances from Lil Jon, Missy Elliot, Ludacris and Petey Pablo. Take the best songwriters and the best singers, add the most exciting performers and the best all around personalities, throw in the hottest looks and the sexiest smiles --- mix them all together and the finished product would probably look and sound a lot like CIARA. The 18-year-old beauty from Atlanta is the latest multi-talented scene-stealer to nudge her way to center stage with attention-grabbing vocals, irresistible songwriting and killer dance moves. CIARA has found herself in the mix with some of the biggest and brightest producers, among them JAZZE PHA -- who signed CIARA to his Sho' Nuff label after working with her for a mere five days -- and his royal crunkness LIL JON, who produced the singer's lead single, the "cRunk & B" cautionary wrist-slapper "GOODIES" - featuring her legendary labelmate, the one and only PETEY PABLO. CIARA is the second artist (the first was USHER and "YEAH!") to release a cRunk & B track. In fact, CIARA co-wrote "Goodies" with "YEAH!" songwriter SEAN GARRETT! CIARA's self-titled Sho' Nuff/LaFace/Zomba Label Group debut is a heaping dose of real life issues conveyed through everyday language and extraordinary production and vocal delivery. In fact, this fresh debut is chock full of "Goodies."
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Label:  La Face
Release Date:  September 28, 2004
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review by . November 07, 2006
posted in Music Matters
Ciara's no vocal giant, but I'm sure that was evident from the first single. Her range is limited, but her vocals are solid on a lot of the tracks. Surprisingly, "Goodies" is where Ciara's vocals are at their weakest. During the time this CD came out she was close to the same category as Ashanti, Mya, and the majority of these females that were out there; they might not be that amazing like there foremothers, but decent enough to make hits when coupled with the right production. And that's what …
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