Album: Ciara (2013)
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  • This song finds Ciara cooing come-ons to her partner over Soundz's seductive synthy soundscape. Soundz previously worked with the songstress on her 2010 album, Basic Instinct, including the single "Gimme Dat." He also co-produced another Ciara track, "DUI," with The Rockstarz.
  • The song was originally leaked by DJ Orator in September 2012.
  • The song title is only sung once by Ciara right at the end. 'Sophomore' is a synonym for "second," but in this instance it is used as a play on words on 'soft and more' meaning the singer's soft body leaves her lover wanting more.


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