R&B singer Ciara just released her new single “Greatest Love,” which immediately came along with the video.
In the video CiCi rocks dark shades, a bandana around her neck, a black leather bikini top with matching black leather baggy pants giving off Aaliyah vibes.
“You’re the greatest love I’ve ever seen. Where you are, I’m gonna be,” she sings on the hook.
The Atlanta star has several outfit changes, and shows off her dance moves per usual.
“I asked God to take everything toxic out of my life, and baby he did it” the sultry singer sings. “Tell me won’t he don’t if you’re going through it. Baby don’t worry. He will.”
The track is clearly an ode to Ciara’s husband, Russell Wilson, who is a quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks.
In the song she references how Wilson took her son in as his own, and how she can see her husband’s love when she looks at their daughter.
Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth.