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Street Love

Lloyd

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Album Review

With an overabundance of ballads and swagger, cool crooner Lloyd's second effort is just too narrow to recommend to the casual fan of smooth, pillow-talk R&B. The redundant songs start rearing their heads about track number four, with tales of heartache, seduction, and sweetness repeated as if every day were Valentine's Day. On the other hand, Street Love is actually a much stronger effort than his debut when you tally the number of highlights. Even more important, by never letting the singer out of his comfort zone, the album defines its artist and lays a solid foundation for a long career, even if it just looks like singles and guest appearances on hip-hop tracks at this point. The forced thug posturing is gone and replaced by sweeter lyrics and an entirely convincing playfulness that allows for lines like "Is there something you're not telling me?/Are you the daughter of Frankie Beverly?" ("Get It Shawty") along with a flippant guest shot from Lil Wayne ("You," which samples Spandau Ballet's "True" by way of P.M. Dawn). Producer Jazze Pha offers a winner with his soulful and polished "Certified" while J Lack (James Lackey) gives the album its most creative moment as he lays broken soul music across "Hazel." Much of Street Love paints Lloyd as a replacement for another J Lack client, Usher, which is much more possible that the half-thug/half-Romeo role he played on his debut. Lloyd is more comfortable, committed, and believable on Street Love, and if taken in small doses, you can add satisfying to the list.

Customer Reviews

This album is SHAWTY

OK early this year they didn't have Street Love, so i am thrilled that they do now! yay! MUST LISTEN: Get it Shawty! Promise you will love it!

Great to add to your R&B collection

I bought this album quite awhile ago and was surprisingly impressed. I enjoyed the single and video for "get it shawty" but c'mon, can you expect much with the single having a title "get it shawty"? It was the catchiness of the single's melody that got me onboard with the album but it was worth it. Although most of the album is slower there are some great tracks on here, particularly Valentine and Street Love which have a great beat and style to them. I'm more into the music than the lyrics in most R&B albums and this definatly works for that.

i luv this album and u ladiez

yo i got this album and i ove it lso my girl fans yeah VANCOUVER

Biography

Born: January 03, 1986 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

R&B vocalist Lloyd topped BET's play list singing a steamy duet with Ashanti, but he got his first spins on the anything-but-steamy Radio Disney. Born January 3, 1986, in New Orleans but raised in Atlanta, Lloyd joined N-Toon — the teen pop group put together by Klymaxx's Joyce Irby — in 1996 and appeared on their 2000 album Toon Time, released by Dreamworks. Much later — and trading influences Mickey and Donald for Marvin Gaye and R. Kelly — Lloyd's vocal talents were...
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