Ciara's Top Ten Hits

Ciara celebrated 30th birthday on October 25, 2015

Ciara has achieved ten top ten Billboard singles, including two number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100: her debut single "Goodies" in 2004, and "Promise" in 2006. She also has four platinum singles and four gold singles.

She also hit number one in 2005 as the featured artist on Bow Wow"s "Like You," and that same year, she was featured with Fatman Scoop on Missy Elliott's gold single, "Lose Control."

Here are "Ciara's Ten Ten Hits."

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2004 - "Goodies"

Ciara. James Devaney/WireImage

Ciara launched her career on June 8, 2004 with the release of the title song of her debut album Goodies. Produced by Lil Jon, it featured Petey Pablo and remained at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks. It was the longest-running number-one debut single by a female artist since 1977. The song also stayed at the top of the RandB chart for six weeks. "Goodies" was the first of three consecutive platinum singles from the CD, and earned Ciara the nickname, "First Lady of Crunk&B."

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2005 - "Oh"

Ciara. Chelsea Lauren/WireImage

"Oh" was the third single form Ciara's 2005 debut album Goodies and the first of two top ten hits she recorded with Ludacris. It reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and RandB charts and was her third consecutive platinum single.

Along with "Goodies" and "1,2 Step," it won a 2006 ASCAP award for "Most Performed Songs." It was also the "Choice Music Make-Out Song" at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards and for "Coolest Collabo" at the 2006 Vibe Awards.

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2004 - "1, 2 Step"

Ciara and Missy Elliott. D Dipasupil/Getty Images for BET

"1,2 Step" featuring Missy Elliott was the second single from Ciara's  2005 debut album Goodies. It reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100, number four on the RandB chart, and became her second straight platinum single. T.I. was one of the writers of the song with Ciara and Elliott.
"1, 2 Step" was nominated for the 2006 Grammy Award for "Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, and it won a BET Award for Best Collaboration.

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2006 - "Promise"

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Ciara. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

"Promise" from the 2006 album, Ciara: The Evolution, was Ciara's second number one single on the Billboard RandB chart, It was also her fourth platinum hit. The remix featured R. Kelly.

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2006 - "Get Up"

ihanna, Ciara and Patti Labelle. Daniele Venturelli/WireImage

From the 2006 Ciara: The Evolution CD, "Get Up" featuring featuring Chamillionaire reached the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 and RandB charts. Ciara performed the song during the 2006 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

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2006 - "Like A Boy"

Ciara and Chris Brown. Dexter A. Jones/FilmMagic

From the 2006 Ciara: The Evolution album, "Like A Boy" was Ciara's sixth top ten RandB hit and her second gold single. The song was nominated for Best Choreography in a Video  at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards, and Video of the Year at the 2007 BET Awards.

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2013 "Body Party"

Ciara and Jay-Z. Shareif Ziyadat/FilmMagic

"Body Party" was the first single from Ciara's 2013 self-titled CD and her tenth top ten hit, It was also her fourth gold single. Rolling Stone ranked it number 22 for The Best Songs of 2013. The video won Best Dance Performance at the 2013 Soul Train Music Awards.

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2007 - "Can't Leave 'Em Alone"

50 CEnt and Ciara. Scott Gries/Getty Images

"Can't Leave 'Em Alone" featuring 50 Cent was the third single from  the 2006 album, Ciara: The Evolution. It was her seventh top ten hit and her third gold single.

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2010 - "Ride"

Ludacris performing with Ciara. M. Caulfield/WireImage for BET Entertainment

"Ride" featuring Ludacris was the first single from Ciara's 2010 fourth  CD Basic Instinct. It was her ninth top ten hit on the Billboard RandB chart. The remix featured Andre 3000 from Outkast.

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2009 - "Love Sex Magic"

Justin Timberlake and Ciara. Christopher Polk/WireImage

From her 2009 third album Fantasy Ride, "Love Sex Magic" featuring Justin Timberlake reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100. It was nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards.

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Simmons, Ken. "Ciara's Top Ten Hits." ThoughtCo, Dec. 20, 2015, Simmons, Ken. (2015, December 20). Ciara's Top Ten Hits. Retrieved from Simmons, Ken. "Ciara's Top Ten Hits." ThoughtCo. (accessed December 11, 2017).