Ciara has dropped the video for her most recent song, “Dose,” which she shared just in time for her 33rd birthday on Thursday.

Flanked by a crew of dancers and a marching band, the singer shows off her dance moves in a school gymnasium in her hometown of Atlanta. Co-directed by Ciara herself, the visual also features a young dancer, Jaylah Johnson, as well as the Mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms. 

Earlier this week, Ciara also released a pep rally video for “Dose.” Co-directed by the singer, Ciara and her team take over the streets of Atlanta with their choreographed dance moves, while a crowd cheers from the sidelines.

“You never know what could happen in the streets of Atlanta. Atlanta is a place I call home. The place I spent most of my life growing up. Atlanta shaped me to be who I am today as an artist. On this night, we decided to go out in the streets of Atlanta and get a little bit of that ‘Dose,’” Ciara says at the beginning of the clip.


“Dose” is the third song in a string of singles that Ciara’s released this year, which includes “Level Up”—which birthed the viral “Level Up” dance challenge—and her Afrobeat track “Freak Me,” with Nigerian artist Tekno Miles. Ciara also performed “Level Up” on the Ellen Show on Friday.