While TheDrop.fm's Rap Battle kicked off its series of rounds with a clear frontrunner, the R&B Sound Off seemed to come out with a new winner over the first month-and-a-half.

However, once Ciara and her sultry track, 'Body Party,' featuring Future, was put against B. Smyth's 'Leggo' featuring 2 Chainz, it was clear that the R&B songstress had the competition in the bag.

The Mike WiLL Made It-produced track has Ciara revealing the secrets to seducing a man in the bedroom. “My body is your party, baby / Nobody’s invited but you baby,” she sings. “I can do it slow now tell me what you want / Baby, put your phone down you should turn it off / Because tonight it’s going down / We are in the zone now, don’t stop.”

After listening to those lyrics, who wouldn't want to get down with Ciara? Aside from B. Symth, she went toe-to-toe with Bridget Kelly's 'Street Dreamin'', The-Dream's 'Tron' and Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines.'

With four consecutive wins, the song landed her in the R&B Sound Off Hall of Fame -- she's the first singer to be inducted.

Listen to Ciara's 'Body Party'