“Like You” is a song by American rapper Bow Wow featuring singer Ciara. It was released in September 2005 as the lead single from Bow Wow’s fifth studio album, “Wanted”. The song was a commercial success, peaking at number 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and becoming Bow Wow’s first top ten hit on the chart.
The song’s lyrics are about the strong bond between two people in a relationship. Bow Wow and Ciara express their love and admiration for each other in the verses, with Ciara singing the catchy chorus:
“I ain’t ever had nobody show me all the things that you done showed me. In a special way I feel when you hold me, we gon’ always be together baby that’s what you told me.”
The song’s romantic lyrics and catchy melody made it a popular choice for weddings and other romantic occasions.
Bow Wow and Ciara’s Relationship
Bow Wow and Ciara were in a romantic relationship at the time of the song’s release. The two had met while working on the music video for Ciara’s hit single, “1, 2 Step”. They began dating in early 2005 and became one of the most popular celebrity couples of the time.
The couple’s relationship was a frequent topic of discussion in the media, with many fans and gossip sites speculating about their future together. Unfortunately, the couple broke up in 2006, just a year after the release of “Like You”.
The Music Video
The music video for “Like You” features Bow Wow and Ciara in various romantic settings, including a picnic in a park and a candlelit dinner. The video also includes scenes of the couple dancing together.
The video was directed by Bryan Barber, who had previously worked with Outkast and Christina Aguilera. The video was a hit with fans and helped to cement Bow Wow and Ciara’s status as one of the hottest celebrity couples of the time.
“Like You” remains one of Bow Wow’s most popular songs to this day. Its catchy melody and romantic lyrics have made it a favorite among fans of hip-hop and R&B music. The song’s success also helped to further elevate Bow Wow and Ciara’s status as two of the biggest stars in music at the time of its release.