Future And Ciara Declare Themselves The 'New Bonnie And Clyde' With Duet

4 February 2014
Future and Ciara continue to celebrate their love. Not only is the couple expecting a child and engaged to be married, they're also pouring their hearts out in the studio.

Last week CiCi performed their new duet "Anytime" alone in Los Angeles at a 2014 Grammy Awards after-party. On Monday (February 3), she released the studio version,with her hubby-to-be.



Future's vocals echo at the track's start, as synths and slow-rolling drums set the stage for the couple's love exchange. "Anytime that you need, anytime that you call, anytime that you fall, I'll be there anytime," they sing on the song's chorus before declaring themselves the "new Bonnie and Clyde."

Who knows, maybe it'll be their wedding song.

Ciara and Future went public with their relationship in early 2013, and in October the "Turn on the Lights" rapper proposed with a 15-karat ring. Ciara and Future are expecting a baby. "I feel different but it's great," Future told MTV News shortly after the proposal. "It's a great situation and I'm happy about it. I'm excited about it and I know she's super happy. I just feel good to be able to make someone happy."


Ciara admitted she is completely comfortable with publicly celebrating her love for her fiancé. "That's where I am at this day and time in my life and I'm also with someone who makes me extremely comfortable to be that way, which is really important. The way that he makes me feel, why not? If you love somebody you should express it, and now I understand that," she told MTV News last year. "There's nothing sexy about hiding your love. There's nothing sexy about people not acknowledging each other."

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