New Music: You Can Get It By Ciara

Just days before Ciara’s “Basic Instinct” album is set to be released, a new song featured on the project has been leaked to the net. Produced by The Dream and Tricky Stewart, “You Can Get It” is a classic Dream/Tricky sounding track, that features Ciara coo-ing over a slow thumping beat that is very reminiscent of ‘Promise.”

Give it a listen below and let us know what you think.


  1. All of Ciara’s songs have been nice but radio has been very cold to her lately. I don’t see this song getting any better reception but it is damn nice and I wish CiCi crazy luck.

  2. Yep that song is nice. I always love Ciara’s slow jams.

    BTW, she looks a little like Vanity in that pic up there.

  3. WOW I really don’t know why CiCi is not getting any exposure? this slow jam is very nice.

  4. I’m glad she put out a slow jam. I don’t like her fast music, but her slow jams are always great! I hope she drops a great video for this song! Best Wishes for Ciara and her new album…

  5. It sounds good melody wise, although I can’t really hear the lyrics too well (because my speakers are horrible).

  6. I hope ciara album do well next week. I really liked this song but radio haven’t picked up on any of her singles since Ride. I HATE TO SAY THIS BUT BASIC INSTIC IS ABOUT TO FLOP HARDER THAN FANTASY RIDE DID.

  7. So far, the new album by rapper Soulja Boy hasn’t exactly been able to “crank dat.” MTV reports that “DeAndre Way” sold only 13000 copies in its debut week.

  8. Rihanna set for poor album sales on new album – LOUD
    Stopping by the Angie Martinez show last night, Rihanna appeared aware of the looming low numbers (and the flack she may receive for it), saying:

  9. Rapper Nelly has blamed his label Motown Records for the poor sales of his latest album 5.0. The album has so far only sold 63,000 copies stateside.

  10. Christina Aguilera´s soundtrack was #2 during the whole week, and sometimes even #1 in itunes the week it was released, but still ended up lower Top 20 with around 50k sold.

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