Ciara's music video of 'That's Right' that features Lil Jon has been released.
Ciara has premiered a music video of 'That's Right' from her second album, 'Ciara: The Evolution'. The clip for the track, which was put out to be downloaded on Ciara's official MySpace blog, features Lil Jon who also produced her debut single 'Goodies'.
The video starts with a close-out shot of a gas station and sounds of telephone rings. The scene then changes to a setting where three women, Ciara, fellow R 'n' B singer Monica and Ciara's head-choreographer, are sitting in a car at a gas pump. Responding to the ringing of the telephone, Ciara then sends the caller to voice-mail and opens up a discussion of how she's taking independence from her boyfriend. Following the discussion, the scene changes to where Lil Jon can be seen shouting "I bet you won't get crunk!"
Basically, 'That's Right' resolves around woman empowerment issue. It tells about a woman who is telling her man that she refuses to let him destroy her fun because of his fears. Supposedly, it was confirmed as the fifth release and fourth single, but then was canceled for unknown reasons. It was replaced by 'Can't Leave 'Em Alone'.
Ciara, 'That's Right' feat. Lil Jon: