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Ciara discography
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Ciara performing during her debut tour Ciara: Live in Concert in November 2006
Studio albums 6
EPs 1
Singles 27

American singer Ciara has released six studio albums, one extended play, one DVD, one promotional single, twenty-seven singles, including seven as a featured artist, and twenty-eight music videos, including seven as a featured artist. She made her debut in 2004 with her debut album Goodies which debuted at three in the US and charted within the top forty in several international markets. The album's title track peaked at number-one in the United States for seven weeks and gave the singer the title of "The First Lady of Crunk&B,"[1][2][3] while singles "1, 2 Step" and "Oh" reached the top three in the US. All three singles reached the top ten in many international markets, with "Goodies" topping charts in the UK. Goodies was certified triple-Platinum in the United States, Platinum in Canada,[4][5] and sold over five million copies worldwide.[6] Ciara also participated in a number of successful collaborations, including US top five hits "Lose Control" with Missy Elliott, and "Like You" with rapper Bow Wow, as well as the US top ten "So What" with group Field Mob.

Two years later in 2006, Ciara returned with her second album, Ciara: The Evolution. Having the similar success that Goodies had, Ciara: The Evolution debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and charted in the top thirty of several international markets, reaching Platinum status in the US[4] and selling around two million copies worldwide.[6][7] The international lead single, "Get Up," reached the top ten in the US and charted in international markets, while the US lead single, "Promise", topped the US R&B charts, and became her first top twenty hit in the US without a featured act. "Like a Boy" reached the top twenty in the US and many other international markets. During this time, Ciara took part as a featured artist in two songs, "Promise Ring" by Tiffany Evans and "Stepped on My J'z" by Nelly. In mid-2008, she was a part of Stand Up to Cancer's charity campaign and appeared on the single "Just Stand Up!"

In May 2009, Ciara returned with her third album, Fantasy Ride. While sticking to her R&B and hip-hop sound, the album had a new pop and dance sound, as well as soul influences.[8] Although the album debuted in the top ten of the US, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, it was notably less successful compared to Ciara's previous albums, only selling 193,000 copies in the US in a year.[9] One single from the album, "Love Sex Magic", however, was a worldwide top ten hit. The album also spawned the top ten US R&B hit "Never Ever". The album's remaining singles, "Like a Surgeon" and "Work", were moderate hits in the US and worldwide, respectively. Also in 2009, Ciara collaborated with Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias on the international top ten hit, "Takin' Back My Love". Ciara's fourth studio album, Basic Instinct, was released on December 10, 2010. It saw the singer returning to her urban roots.[10][11] The album lead single, "Ride", was a top three hit on the US R&B chart while the remaining singles, "Gimmie Dat" and "Speechless", were moderate hits on the chart.

Following her departure from her previous record label, Ciara signed a new deal with Epic Records, and began working on her fifth studio album One Woman Army. In mid 2012 it was announced "Sweat would be released as the album's lead single, and featured rapper 2 Chainz. However, due charting complications with Billboard the song became a promotional single. Later that year Ciara released another two singles, "Sorry and "Got Me Good", but both singles failed to make an impact on the charts and were therefore were not included on the album. In March 2013 Ciara released the album's new lead single "Body Party", which has peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number six on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop chart, making it her thirteenth Top 10 hit and thirteenth Top 40 hit, respectively. The newly titled album, Ciara was released on July 5, 2013 and reached No.2 on the US Billboard 200. It was preceded by single "I'm Out", featuring Nicki Minaj, which reached No. 44 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album has also produced the single "Overdose".

Prior to the release of her third studio album, Ciara sold over seven million albums worldwide,[7] and as of June 2010, she had sold more than 4.3 million albums and 6.9 million digital tracks in the US alone.[9] To date, Ciara has sold over 23 million records worldwide.[12]

Albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
US
[13]
US
R&B

[14]
AUS
[15]
CAN
[16]
FRA
[17]
GER
[18]
IRL
[19]
NZ
[20]
SWI
[21]
UK
[22]
Goodies 3 1 46 65 67 36 29 52 26
Ciara: The Evolution
  • Released: December 5, 2006[27]
  • Label: LaFace
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
1 1 76 49 32 29 21 15 17
  • US: 1,326,000[9]
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
  • BPI: Silver[24]
Fantasy Ride
  • Released: May 3, 2009[28]
  • Label: LaFace
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 2 39 22 34 77 10 13 9
Basic Instinct
  • Released: December 10, 2010[30]
  • Label: LaFace, Jive
  • Formats: CD, digital download
44 11 83
Ciara
  • Released: July 5, 2013 [32]
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 2 35 21 163 63 42
Jackie
  • Released: May 4, 2015 [34]
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
17 2 53 46
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums

List of compilation albums
Title Album details Notes
Playlist: The Very Best of Ciara[36]
  • Released: May 29, 2012 (US)[36]
  • Label: LaFace
  • Formats: CD, digital download
The Collection[37]
  • Released: October 19, 2012 (iTunes)[38]
  • Label: Camden, Sony Music
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • A 17-track release similar to Playlist: The Very Best of Ciara with a few replacements.

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[39]
US R&B
[40]
AUS
[41]
CAN
[42]
FRA
[17]
GER
[43]
IRL
[19]
NZ
[20]
SWI
[21]
UK
[44]
"Goodies"
(featuring Petey Pablo)
2004 1 1 19 27 10 4 10 10 1
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
Goodies
"1, 2 Step"
(featuring Missy Elliott)
2 4 2 31 7 3 2 5 3
"Oh"
(featuring Ludacris)
2005 2 2 7 48 7 7 5 11 4
"And I" 96 27
"Get Up"
(featuring Chamillionaire)
2006 7 10 29 5 17 189
  • RIAA: Gold[4]
Ciara: The Evolution
"Promise" 11 1
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
"Like a Boy" 2007 19 6 20 29 11 29 16 16
  • RIAA: Gold[4]
"Can't Leave 'em Alone"
(featuring 50 Cent)
40 10 44 4 67 109
  • RIAA: Gold[4]
"Go Girl"
(featuring T-Pain)
2008 78 26 Fantasy Ride
"Never Ever"
(featuring Young Jeezy)
2009 66 9
"Love Sex Magic"
(featuring Justin Timberlake)
10 83 5 6 8 7 4 6 11 5
"Like a Surgeon" 59
"Work"
(featuring Missy Elliott)
66 31 52
"Ride"
(featuring Ludacris)
2010 42 3 75 75 Basic Instinct
"Speechless" 74
"Gimmie Dat" [A] 63 111
"Sorry" 2012 [B] 42 173 Non-album singles
"Got Me Good"
"Body Party" 2013 22 6 174
  • RIAA: Gold[4]
Ciara
"I'm Out"
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
44 13 41 86 159 54
"Overdose"
"I Bet" 2015 43 15 95 56
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
Jackie
"Dance Like We're Making Love" 100 28 83 199
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles as featured performer, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[49]
US R&B
[50]
AUS
[41]
CAN
[51]
FRA
[17]
GER
[52]
IRL
[19]
NZ
[20]
SWI
[21]
UK
[44]
"Lose Control"
(Missy Elliott featuring Ciara and Fatman Scoop)
2005 3 6 7 25 16 2 21 7 The Cookbook
"Like You"
(Bow Wow featuring Ciara)
3 1 16 39 4 72 17
  • RIAA: Platinum[53]
Wanted
"So What"
(Field Mob featuring Ciara)
2006 10 4 40 56 Light Poles and Pine Trees
"Promise Ring"
(Tiffany Evans featuring Ciara)
2007 66 Tiffany Evans
"Stepped on My J'z"
(Nelly featuring Ciara and Jermaine Dupri)
2008 90 [C] Brass Knuckles
"Just Stand Up!"
(with Artists Stand Up to Cancer)
11 57 39 10 11 19 26 Non-album single
"Takin' Back My Love"[D]
(Enrique Iglesias featuring Ciara or Sarah Connor)
2009 2 9 7 23 12 Greatest Hits
"Get Up"
(R3hab featuring Ciara)
2016 Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, with selected details
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
R&B

[40]
"Feedback" (So So Def Remix)[54]
(Janet Jackson featuring Busta Rhymes, Ciara and Fabolous)
2008 Non-album single
"My Girl" (Remix)[55]
(Mindless Behavior featuring Ciara, Tyga and Lil Twist)
2011
"Sweat"
(featuring 2 Chainz)
2012 86
"Paint It Black" 2015 The Last Witch Hunter
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Other charted songs

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US US R&B
[56]
CAN
[42]
SK
Int.

[57][58]
UK
[59]
UK R&B
[60]
"Ciara to the Stage" 2009 [E] Fantasy Ride
"Turntables"
(featuring Chris Brown)
80 22
"I'm On" 79
"Pretty Girl Swag" 2010 90 N/A
"We Can Get It On"
(Yo Gotti featuring Ciara)
40 Cocaine Musik 5: White Friday
"Turn It Up"
(featuring Usher)
3 Basic Instinct
"I'm Legit"
(Nicki Minaj featuring Ciara)
2012 40 97 14 Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up
"Read My Lips" 2013 5 Ciara
"Livin' It Up"
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
2
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other performer(s) Album
"I Wish"[61] 2004 ATL The ATL Project
"It's Us"[61]
"Got Me Waiting"[62] Fantasia Free Yourself
"Roll wit' You"[63] 2005 None Coach Carter soundtrack
"If I Hit" (Remix)[64] 112, T.I. None
"Wanna Move"[65] 2006 Diddy, Big Boi, Scar Press Play
"King and Queen"[66] 2007 T.I. None
"Goodbye, My Dear"[67]
"Click Flash"[68] 2008 None Sex and the City, Vol. 2: More Music
"Blowing Up"[69] T-Pain Three Ringz
"How Low" (Remix)[70] 2010 Ludacris, Pitbull Battle of the Sexes
"We Can Get It On"[71] Yo Gotti Cocaine Musik 5: White Friday
"Turn on the Lights" (Remix)[72] 2012 Future None
"I'm Legit"[73] Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up

Notes

  • A ^ "Gimmie Dat" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts somewhat as an extension to the Hot 100.[74]
  • B ^ "Sorry" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts somewhat as an extension to the Hot 100.[74]
  • C ^ "Stepped on My J'z" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 4 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts somewhat as an extension to the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[75]
  • D ^ Two single versions of "Takin' Back My Love" were released: the first features Ciara, and the second features Sarah Connor.
  • E ^ "Ciara to the Stage" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 6 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts somewhat as an extension to the Hot 100.[74]

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