Ciara dropped her Jackie album this week, with a deluxe edition featuring remixes of the album's first hit, "I Bet." One of those remixes is this version featuring Joe Jonas that is actually a much different version of the tune.
"I Bet" is a classic R&B breakup song, centering around the all-too-true story of infidelity and jealousy. Produced by Harmony "H-Money" Samuels, this is like a classic '90s R&B track, but with an updated sound that fits perfectly on contemporary hip hop radio.
One of the interesting things about the song is that it was originally recorded with Future, who at the time was Ciara's boyfriend. Since then, the couple has broken up. The heartbreaking original version of the song was released in January, with the music video having already received more than 30 million plays on YouTube. This version with Joe Jonas provides a bit of an alternate ending, which is uplifting and brings some closure to the heartbreak. Instead of crying her heart out, she's found another man. In real life, that man happens to be Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson.
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