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"Hard to believe that Ludacris is already on his eighth solo album, but the Atlanta-based superstar is still doing his thing, still cranking out goofy hits custom-made for the clubs. Battle of the Sexes is something of a theme album, exploring the intricacies of male-female relationships over a collection of chirpy synths, thick bass bumps, and sleek beats. While certainly not his finest work, it still manages to entertain, sounding right in place at your local Clear Channel rap station. ""Hey Ho"" flips bravado rhymes over a loopy organ riff, ""Party No Mo’"" is an ode to getting supremely wasted, while freaky love jams come in the form of the creatively titled ""Feelin’ So Sexy,"" ""Sex Room,"" and ""Sexting."" Features include Gucci Mane, Lil Scrappy, Lil Kim, Ne-Yo, plus DTP homies Shawnna and I.20."

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Once Again....

Wow... Luda keeps comin up with hits. How Low is one of the most catchy songs of all time, and now to finally hear the final masterpiece. Amazing is the word that comes to mind. Tell Me a Secret is a hot track and so is Sex Room... Keep the hits comin Luda... I have yet to be dissapointed.


1 how low
2 my chick bad
3 hey ho
4 rollercoaster
5 intro

Battle of the Sexes...clean version

Seriously, errything Luda touches turns to platinum, and this record will do just that. Luda is not only a talented rapper, but very intelligent in the fact that he used all the right player cards for Battle of the Sexes. My favorite: Nicki Minaj. Smart move Luda. My Chick Bad, featuring Nicki was the first thing I heard on the radio, but when I heard the version with Trina (my girl), Diamond and Eve, I knew it was somethng special. The beat is crazy and Luda gives the females of rap and R&B on this album something to churp churp about; Ciara on the How Low remix, Monica on Can't Live Without You (a lil somethin' for the thug and his favorite). I'm also lovin' Lil Kim on Hey Ho; very nice to see she's still in the game (I see ya girl, got wit a winner fa sho). All-in-all....get the record. You won't skip a track, and neither will your grandma. We're not being deprived of anything with this clean version either!


Born: September 11, 1977 in Champaign, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When the Dirty South movement broke nationwide at the turn of the century, Ludacris rode it to immediate widespread popularity, becoming arguably the most commercially successful Southern rapper of the time. In 2000 the Atlanta-based rapper signed to Def Jam's newly established Southern rap subsidiary, Def Jam South, and became the label's flagship Dirty South artist. Def Jam repackaged his underground album Incognegro (2000) as Back for the First Time (2000) and issued "What's Your Fantasy?" as...
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