Ciara

Ciara

by Jacquelyn Simone
     
 

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In a genre dominated by men, if can be hard for a female to be taken seriously. But the hip-hop world has taken notice of Ciara and welcomed her into its fold. Ciara tells the story of the young singer from Atlanta, Georgia. Readers will learn how she began her career in music, how she has risen to the top of the music charts, and how she plans to stay there. Perhaps

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In a genre dominated by men, if can be hard for a female to be taken seriously. But the hip-hop world has taken notice of Ciara and welcomed her into its fold. Ciara tells the story of the young singer from Atlanta, Georgia. Readers will learn how she began her career in music, how she has risen to the top of the music charts, and how she plans to stay there. Perhaps more important, readers will discover how Ciara uses her music to counter the images that many people have of rap songs. Ciara tells of her desire to spread the message that women are not just sex objects; she wants women to realize their power as well.

Ciara's music invites one to dance. It also encourages people to take a minute, to adjust the way they might think. And Ciara tells that story.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781442040410
Publisher:
Baker & Taylor, CATS
Publication date:
07/10/2009
Series:
Hip-Hop Series
Pages:
64
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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