Video Premiere: Ciara's 'Ride' Feat. Ludacris


Video Premiere: Ciara's 'Ride' Feat. Ludacris
Ciara's 'Ride' music video is sure to make her male fans dropping their jaws as it includes a scene where she intentionally almost reveals her modesty.


Ciara opens "Ride" music video which features Ludacris by getting low on the dance floor. At one point, she puts her hands on her waist and lowers her tight pants to almost reveal her modesty before quickly raising them up again. She is not joined by her rapper collaborator until halfway through the clip. Nearing the end, she is seen riding a mechanical bull.

"Ride" is the first single from Ciara's soon-to-be-released fourth studio album "Basic Instinct" which will be released later this year. The song comes from the production hands of duo top-notch music makers Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and The-Dream.

Prior to "Ride" video which is directed by Diane Martel, Ciara has debuted a viral clip for a buzz song called "Basic Instinct (U Got Me)" and shared screen with The-Dream. Other than the two videos, she reportedly has also filmed visuals for another track called "You Got Me" in Atlanta.

Ciara's "Ride" music video

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