After teasing social media with verses from hip-hop’s hottest newcomers, Lola Brooke and Lady London, Ciara drops the official Girls Mix version of “Da Girls” on all platforms. Not only did the ladies put their own twist on the song they linked up with Ciara for a fun, carefree, day-in-the-life video directed by VMA-nominated, Sara Lacombe. 

The female-empowerment track, produced by Derrick Milano, OG Parker, Romano, tenroc and Mike Woods, reached fever-pitch after several teases of the song stirred up online buzz and excitement. The fiery verses and undeniable flows from Lola Brooke and Lady London further emphasized the songs mantras of self-love affirmations, and independence.

“Lola and Lady London are special,” said Ciara. “They each bring a unique star quality to everything they do. From the tone of their voices to the fire verses, they spoke life into this record for all da girls around the world.”

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“Da Girls” is the follow-up to “Better Thangs” with Summer Walker and “JUMP” [feat. Coast Contra].

Throughout her unbelievable career thus far, Ciara has emerged as one of the most impactful, influential, and important artists of 21st century. Beyond streams in the billions, she has earned dozens of multiplatinum, platinum, and gold certifications worldwide and delivered timeless anthems such as “One Step, Two Step” [feat. Missy Elliott], “Goodies,” “Body Party,” “I Bet,” “Level Up,” and more. Beyond appearances across film and television, she stars in The Color Purple this year. Meanwhile, her entrepreneurial endeavors include everything from the launch of her skincare OAM (On A Mission), co-owner of Ten To One rum, and as well as The House of LR&C, the fashion house she launched with her husband Russell Wilson in 2020. Not to mention, she sits on the board of the Why Not You Foundation and also co-authored the New York Times Bestselling children’s picture book Why Not You? However, she’s about to kick off her biggest and boldest chapter yet now with new music in 2023.

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