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Ciara and A World of Happiness CD Reviews

Ciara and A World of Happiness CD Reviews - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jun 30, 2009
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews the new album by the Princess of Crunk, Ciara and checks out the celeb-packed A World of Happiness.

Ciara :: Fantasy Ride

Ciara aka the Princess of Crunk has always had a great team of producers on her side to help her craft the catchiest hooks, but her third album is more miss than hit. Ciara had lots of big names in the studio this time around including Justin Timberlake, The Dream, Chris Brown, Missy Elliott, Ludacris and Young Jeezy, but the album just doesn’t come together. Ciara’s weak vocals get lost in the heavy production and while there are a few stand out tracks, like Love Sex Magic (which sounds a lot like a leftover from JT’s last album), most of the songs on Fantasy Ride seem unfinished. Ciara has a lot of talent, but this album doesn’t do her justice. Check out her second album, The Evolution, instead.

Fun Facts

  • Fantasy Ride was originally going to be released as three different discs representing Ciara’s various musical styles.
  • This album introduces Ciara’s alter ego, Super C who Ciara has described as her “inner strength and aggressive persona.”

  • Hot Tracks

    Love Sex Magic, Never Ever


    Rating:4


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