The song intros with Ciara singing “Killa Killa Killlaaaaaa la la la la la-la la”, an opening that should prepare you to hear a pounding beat with soft echo’s of anything crafted by The-Dream and Christopher “Tricky” Stewart in recent years. With Ciara making reference to The-Dream’s Radio Killa Records label imprint, you are in for an excellent song that surprisingly did not make the cut on her fourth studio effort “Basic Instinct”. If you are a fan of The-Dream’s production skills and any of his work with female singers, then you’ll find this song to be a treat. Lyrically strong of and ready for club rotation, it features a riding beat that reminds you of any radio killing produced track. You will also notice reference to other Dream produced tracks with ad-libs familiar with The –Dream’s “Love and Hate” and “Love King” albums.

Written by Ian Evans

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