Today (Aug. 4), Ciara released the visuals to her new single, “How We Roll,” featuring Chris Brown. This isn’t the first time the duo worked together though. They linked up for the 2008 BET Awards when Brown brought out Ciara to surprise the audience with a special performance of his hit single “Take You Down.” Then in 2009, the duo collaborated on “Turntables” for Ciara’s third studio album, Fantasy Ride.
“How We Roll” is currently doing numbers, as it already reached No. 1 on iTunes and fans cannot get over this iconic reunion. “This was the collab we didn’t even know we needed,” LonelyStroker9 tweeted.
“Ciara [and] Chris Brown’s ‘How We Roll’ is a breath of fresh air. It’s a feel good, vibe song. The music video gave [that] they rehearsed [and] didn’t rush putting it out… Most music now is a [two] minute song that’s repetitive for TikTok, over a sample [and] I’m happy they did the complete opposite!” Jerome Trammel tweeted.
“Finally some magic in music videos again! The whole theme of them literally on rolling parties is just perfection. I love music videos that feel like an escape!” another Twitter user said.
“Y’all f**king ateeeeeee. The breakdown is my favorite part of the video. Fave, we are sooooo proud of you fr. [We’ve] been waiting forever for another collab. #HowWeRoll looks like it was soooo fun to film [and] the song eatssssss,” Niyahhhh added.
Another Twitter user said, “VIDEO OF THE YEAR!!! Y’ALLLL ATE! Give CiCi her Vanguard Award. Who is making videos like this today? AND INDEPENDENTLY!”
“The BEST video of the year!! Y’all KILLED THAT!! The collab [I’ve] been dreaming of, the video [I’ve] been dreaming [of]! A sexy summer dance smash! You can play it with ya boo and have a little session, or turn up [with] friends. Man y’all ACED this mf! Love you!” QueenJay94 tweeted.
The BEST video of the year!! Y'all KILLED THAT !! The collab I been dreaming of the video I been dreaming up! A sexy summer dance smash! You can play it with ya boo and have a little session or turn up w/ friends. Man y'all ACED this mf! Love you! #Ciara #CB #HowWeRoll #NewMusic— Jαyvαιe м. Jαcĸѕoɴ (@QueenJay94) August 4, 2023
“It’s the fact that Chris Brown and Ciara are keeping dancing alive. Everybody else just twerking and learning TikTok dances,” AQbrEii said.
It’s the fact that Chris Brown and Ciara are keeping dancing alive. Everybody else just twerking and learning tiktok dances.— just breii 💚 (@AQbrEii) August 4, 2023
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