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Turning 27 on October 25, the 'Get Up' hitmaker debuts the new clip that shows her boasting elaborate dance routines in the desert.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker is willing to forgive the man who did her wrong and take him back if only he's not afraid to admit his mistake.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker gives her partner a lesson on sex education in the Soundz-produced track.
The new song is going to be followed by another fresh music called 'Sorry' from 'One Woman Army'.
The bass-heavy banger is lifted off her fifth album 'One Woman Army', which is due later this year.
Other celebrities taking it to Twitter to express their post-game reactions include rapper Busta Rhymes, singer Nick Jonas, 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest and 'Smash' star Katharine McPhee.
Uploaded on YouTube account of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, the music video for 'Mega Song' was taken down by label UMG which actually has no copyright.
The online war arose on Friday, 25 February after Ciara made allegation during her appearance on 'Fashion Police' show that the Bajan beauty had snubbed her at a recent party.
Clearing up rumor that she is about to be dropped by Jive Records, the singer claims she is the one who asks to be released by the label.
On National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the singer sent message to her fans to get tested for the disease.
'I'm not going back n forth with you on twitter now cut it out,' 50 Cent wrote after exchanging harsh words with his former lover.
Reliable source, producer Polow da Don, reveals on Twitter that Ciara and Keri Hilson will make a duet next year.
The singer would agree to strip off so that when she's half a century old, she would be able to embrace the moment.
The star, who turned 25 on October 25, celebrated her new age by throwing a party at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas and impersonating a sexy 'X-Men' Storm.
Coming out sooner than the original plan, the music video directed by Melina Matsoukas features Ciara delivering a lot of dancing.