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Music Video: Ride (feat. Ludacris)

Artisit: Ciara

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:39

  • Copyright: Ciara

Music Video For Ride (feat. Ludacris) By Artist Ciara

Reviews For Ride (feat. Ludacris) By Artist Ciara

  • aight

    5
    By Great song great people great
    that ws disgusting
  • 🔥

    5
    By astriaboutique
    Love CiCi 💥
  • Ciara Fever!

    5
    By Tucci's Good Girl
    Honey, I love, love, love, this video! Awesome! CC Slayed this vid! And I still love her so much! I don't care what anyone says, or thinks about my girl, she's my girl! I'v been a huge fan, ever since! You go girl!
  • I gotta learn

    5
    By Xodasha
    All her moves in this video. This is the greatest thing that i've ever seen.
  • Woah

    5
    By Music rocks!!!!!!!!
    This song is so great and Ciara looks so sexy
  • Good Lawd

    5
    By The man with the plan 13
    Ciara is so fine. The way she dances really turns me on.
  • Love it!

    5
    By Braxette
    It irritates me that people keep saying she's trying to be like another artist. There really isn't anyone like her. She has her own style. She doesn't try to be someone she isn't and stays true to herself. The video is raunchy, but it isn't any different from what's already out there.
  • The dancing

    3
    By MarieJoy
    Inappropriate and unnessacary
  • Amazing!!

    5
    By Krisassy07
    Great video, just LOVE Ciara :D
  • Eye-catching

    5
    By Jesserenate11/91
    Cannot keep my eyes off Ciara's dance moves. Very sexy

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