Battle of the Sexes

Studio Album by released in 2010
Battle of the Sexes's tracklist:
Intro
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How Low
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My Chick Bad (feat. Nicki Minaj)
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Everybody Drunk (feat. Lil' Scrappy)
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I Do It All Night
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Sex Room (feat. Trey Songz)
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I Know You Got a Man (feat. Flo Rida)
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Hey Ho (feat. Lil' Kim & Lil' Fate)
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Party No Mo' (feat. Gucci Mane)
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B.O.T.S. Radio (feat. I-20)
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Can't Live With You (feat. Monica)
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Feelin' So Sexy
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Tell Me a Secret (feat. Ne-Yo)
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My Chick Bad (remix) (feat. Diamond, Trina & Eve)
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Sexting
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Battle of the Sexes review

Ludacris: troublemaker and hard worker

Do not say you do not know this guy. You must at least have heard about him. Ludacris is more than just a rapper; he’s an example of stability and professional attitude. While the majority of hip-hop big times shoot at each other, do time for wrong deeds and make enemies with the press, Ludacris keeps delivering solid albums. In the meantime, you can never call him a shy guy with low profile. On many occasions, this man’s poetry was subjected to violent criticisms for excessive speculation on improper topics. It just seems the singer can help savoring talks about drugs, violence and sex. And now the hip-hop star again has decided to prepare an album with even a title likely to insult some and attract many. Ludacris took up studying such a phenomenon as the struggle between men and women for the supremacy both in society and personal life, and highlighted this problem in the name of the new album. Battle Of The Sexes is, just like always before, a product of close cooperation of several stars, among whom the leading part is assigned to Ludacris.

The new album by Ludacris is aggressively nice

Together with the bonus Sexting, Battle Of The Sexes accounts for fifteen tracks for an hour. It should not be a surprise to you since the work features a wide range of guests. Ludacris was generous giving everyone as much time as possible. The only awkward thing is that ladies here clearly suffer an outrageous act of gender discrimination as we listen male voices far much more often that female ones. Could be so that Ludacris attempted to win the battle using the power play advantage? Our hero has not lost his love for the lyrics too close to crossing the line. For instance, in a song called Sex Room, he promises his female companion a sleepless night and pounds of lost weight in the aftermath. The tracks looking to become the hugest hits are How Low, I Know You Got A Man, and My Chick Bad. The explosive Party Ho Mo is sure a dance-floor favorite. Although Battle Of The Sexes is overfilled with rhymed verses about spicy details, Ludacris from time to time shifts the focus to raw humor, which is so characteristic of the singer. In line with this, we have to admit that the new album by the famous rapper hardly stores any big surprises to his supporters.

Ludacris leaves well alone

Seven long players in ten years is a truly outstanding result. You can explain it only with the fact that Ludacris has never attempted to change anything radically in his approach. If you leave the arranging, work of different producers, then a song taken from the singer’s second or third album would fit the set of his last to date effort nicely. Let us take it as a sign of stability. Indeed, the rapper has no reasons whatsoever to look for or make up anything new. Battle Of The Sexes is a typical Ludacris work where all his strongest tools are used and the flaws of the past are reduced to minimum. It is a nice record for home listening when you can pay more attention to the texts and have a good laugh. It also has splendid nightclub tracks to drive the public crazy. The singer’s style is getting better and better from release to release while the listeners show no desire to hear anything different. The conclusion is that if you have liked this music before, this album will be nothing but a pleasure to you.