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Ciara Princess Harris

(born October 25, 1985), who performs under the mononym Ciara is an African-American recording artist, dancer, actress, and fashion model. Born in Austin, Texas, she traveled around the world during her childhood, only to land in Atlanta, Georgia where she met music producer, Jazze Pha. With his help, she was signed to LaFace Records, and went on to become a successful female artist, selling more than eight million albums worldwide and having numerous top ten hits.

Ciara made her debut with the hit "Goodies", which reached number one in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Her debut album, Goodies, followed and became a success, selling over five million copies worldwide. The album also produced two other hits: her second number one in Canada, "1, 2 Step", and "Oh". She released her second album, Ciara: The Evolution, two years later in 2006; and it spawned the hit "Like a Boy" and US hits "Get Up" and "Promise". The album was another success, selling over two million copies worldwide. Ciara released her third album, Fantasy Ride, which featured the hit "Love Sex Magic", in 2009.

Ciara's fourth studio album titled, Basic Instinct is scheduled for release in the second half of 2010 and sees the singer return to her urban roots. It will be proceeded by the release of lead single, "Ride" on April 27, 2010.



Early Life and Career Beginnings

Ciara was born in Austin, Texas on October 25, 1985. Born of Irish, Creole, and German descent[1], she is the only child born to Carlton and Jackie Harris. Since her father was in the United States Army, throughout her childhood Ciara grew up on army bases in Germany, New York, Utah, California, Arizona, and Nevada.[2] In speaking of this, Ciara states that while she hated to lose good friends, this helps her in her career when she has to travel all over the world. During her teens, Ciara and her family settled in Atlanta.[2] Ciara said that watching Destiny's Child perform on a television program while staying home from school inspired her to pursue a career in music[2], and cites Michael Jackson as her biggest inspiration.[3][4]




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