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  • Young Jeezy shows up, looking fashionably correct in every sense of the name Hugo Boss (surprisingly), and does his lame rap verse

    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      Ciara ft. Young Jeezy “Never Ever” Fantasy Ride LaFace Records Director: Chris Robinson

      Ciara takes a softer approach with “Never Ever”, the follow-up single and music video to “Go Girl” from her third album, “Fantasy Ride”. The melody of the song and nature of the video is almost similar to “And I” from her first album, that is up until Young Jeezy comes into the mix. The song samples “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” from 1972 by Harold Melvin


      & The Blues Notes.

      The song refers to the confusion that comes with being in love and how a man may not be showing the affection you deserve, then it’s time to call it quits. The video starts out with Ciara and her female posse of friends talking about the subject in question (i.e. unrequited love, etc). In the next scene, she’s dancing in a penthouse apartment, mixed up with montage footage of close-ups of Ciara reciting (you’ll see a lot ...


      • of these throughout the video).

        Later, we jump to a party scene where Ciara and her boyfriend, acted by Kevin Phillips, are dancing together. He glances at another girl there, Ciara catches him, and walks away. But Kevin catches and grabs her arm. We then cut to a dance sequence with Ciara and her female crew of dancers doing a number in the middle of the party as Ciara argues with her man in other footage.

        Young Jeezy shows up,

        looking fashionably correct in every sense of the name Hugo Boss (surprisingly), and does his lame rap verse. Before we close out, another man comes up to Ciara and asks her to dance, causing her to realize that she needs to let go of Kevin and go with this dude. It’s a very nice song and video, but the Young Jeezy rap really, really needs to go. Imagine putting a rap verse from Lil’ Wayne into Ciara’s “And I”. Yeah, that’s how bad it is.




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