by Ciara (featuring Ludacris)

Album: Goodies And More (2005)
Charted: 4 2


  • In this song, Ciara sings the praises of her hometown of Atlanta. Ludacris, who raps on the song, is also from Atlanta.
  • This was part of the "Crunk n' B" sound coming out of the US. Ciara, who was enjoying a high-profile relationship with rapper Bow Wow at the time, was marketed as "The Princess of Crunk."
  • Dre & Vidal, who are the production team of Andre Harris and Vidal Davis, produced this track. Showing an affinity for 2-letter titles, they also worked on Chris Brown's "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)."

Comments: 3

  • Stephen Tate from Atlanta GaLove the lyrics referencing Atlanta neighborhoods !
  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesCiara's first hit 'Goodies' was No.1 in the UK for six weeks in Jan/Feb 2005, and was the second-biggest selling single in the UK in 2005
  • Caitlin from Upper Township, NjNice song. I especially like when Luda starts rapping.
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