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  • Audio CD (July 5, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B004GGQN14
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,600 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro (Mdma) [Explicit]
2. Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) [Explicit]
3. Cupid
4. Luv Me Girl [Explicit]
5. Naked [Explicit]
6. Jigsaw
7. Bang!!!! [Explicit]
8. Be The One [Explicit]
9. Shake It 4 Daddy [Explicit]
10. Lay It Down [Explicit]
11. Angel [Explicit]
12. This Is 4 My Baby [Explicit]
13. You II
14. World Cry [Explicit]

Editorial Reviews

2011 album from the contemporary R&B vocalist. In 2004, he released his solo debut single/album, Southside. It debuted at #11 on the US Billboard 200 and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums charts, selling over 67,000 copies in its first week. In 2006, Lloyd re-entered the recording studio to start work on Street Love with producers Bryan-Michael Cox, James Lackey, Jazze Pha, Big Reese and Jasper Cameron and The Inc.'s 7 Aurelius. The album debuted at #2 on the US Billboard 200 and Top R&B/HipHop albums charts. It eventually received a gold certification, and has sold over half-a-million copies. Lloyd also released a 2009 EP entitled Like Me: The Young Goldie EP.

Customer Reviews

I have his other CD's Lesson in love, Street Love, but listening to king of hearts.
Iyauna Shaniece
This album treats the viewers like royalty with how excellent each track sounds not 1 flaw or album filler on this amazing album!!
Cedric Logan
He is lyrically gifted and the partnership with Polow is genius, they are a perfect match.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ------------- on July 8, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This is by far, one of the best contemporary R&B albums of the last decade. By FAR!!! I honestly can't think of an R&B album in the last five years thats as well rounded as this album. And I knew going into King of Hearts that this was going to be a good album, I just didn't know it was going to be a classic, and I don't think many people did. Because let's be honest, as much as I have always liked Lloyd and his previous albums, I never truly thought that he would ever be able to put together an album of this caliber. As much as I wanted to hope that after his last album, Lessons In Love, flopped he would some how rebound with a great album was just highly unlikely. Especially on Murder Inc. Records. The whole hype for King of Hearts started in late 2009 when Lloyd was featured one the Young Money single, "Bedrock", which ended up being a number one hit in the US and was also the biggest song Lloyd had ever been a part of. Lloyd had had solo hits before, but he never truly broke onto mainstream radio until "Bedrock". After "Bedrock" started to blow up, thats when people started wondering when Lloyd's next album would be dropping, and a lot of people speculated he was going to sign with Lil Wayne's Young Money label, especially with all the success those two have had together in the past. But then Lloyd threw us a curve ball by signing to super producer Polow Da Don's Zone 4/Interscope records. A lot of people were surprised he didn't sign with Young Money, especially since some people thought he was already recording an album for them, but when I heard he signed to Zone 4, I was actually happy.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RollTideGrl on July 6, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Unfortunately, although I loved Get it Shawty I didn't become a fan until his release of Cupid. I really loved that song and that is when I purchased his past albums of Street Love and Lessons in Love. I must say I loved everyone of those songs off those two albums and still listen to them. I instantly purchased two copies of King of Hearts to support him and there is no disappointment here. I have only listen to the album once, but my favorites thus far are of course, Cupid,Dedication to my Ex, Naked, Be the One, Lay it Down, Angel, World Cry (w/o Keri Hilson verse), and Stay.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Zeus Lennox on November 13, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Lloyd has been the King of "Almost" for several years now, floating on a life raft in the endless sea of faceless "R&B dudes." He has released three highly overlooked CDs, and a handful of R&B hits here and there. Lloyd has always had the trouble of standing out from the pack so with his latest release "King of Hearts" he took a page from Trey Songz' successful career transformation manual and clipped the cornrolls, has done hundreds of guest features...oh and has fashionably pushed the sexuality and obscene language...all this to mixed results. first single "lay it down" seemed promising, featuring a stronger vocal performance from Lloyd, who has been criticized for his lack vocal agility. Unfortunately his vocals have gone from a soft purring falsetto to gruff, husky sand-paper yelp and yoddal(Not a very pleasing tone IMO)and some fans have reacted negatively. But to listen to the album, the pleasant surprise is that there are some really strong songs here. This album does successfully start to carve out a place for Lloyd image and sound-wise. The CD opens with a great "wtf moment" with "Dedication to my EX" that is bond to provoke some reaction... good or bad, from the listener. The song features a very old school vocal delivery and a very new school helping of profanity(P*%$y)and features Lil Wayne and Andre 3000. other strong standouts include: Cupid, Be the one, Naked, Jigsaw, shake it for daddy, and Bang! Lloyd push the bad boy persona in an enjoyable way and strong melodies and mindless lyrics, a complete contrast to his previous album which were very monotonous. Unfortunately, LLoyd's desperate (and risky) abandonment of his original sound, giving up creative control and songwriting in this project has had it's set backs.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Felicia "Fefe" on July 30, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Okay let me just say that I would listen to Lloyd but would never buy his album. "King of Hearts" has changed my perception of his music. I was addicted to "Cupid" and I think this is a great summer love song, and this song made me want to buy this album. Truthfully I wasn't disappointed at all. I love "Lay it Down" it is my favorite song along with "You II". Lloyd has got me wanting to purchase his last albums to see what I have been missing. This cd is definitely great to cruise to. Oh yeah this cd is for grown folks only.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on July 6, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This album is all over the place. to be called the king of hearts, i thought romance. i felt like it was a step down, content wise. This album could definately be his 1st because its maturity is short, although maybe he was trying to reach a different audience. i hear polows struggle to handle a superstar voice like lloyd's. change is necessary but at least he couldve used some of the producers from previous albums, who have mastered his falsettos. and on that note where are the falsettos? the good ones? he is a heavyweight but it seems that $ gets u the best production. polow shouldve collaborated and singled instead of master. 1 thing thats not shabby is that voice. reloaded version/exclusive tracks, better production, LETS GO!
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