Lady Love (Explicit) [Explicit]

August 25, 2009 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 21, 2009
  • Release Date: August 21, 2009
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Capitol Records, LLC
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  • Total Length: 58:52
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002KC4AMK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,100 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Best album of 2009; easily.
singswell
Vocally she has grown and the production on the album shows that time was taken to craft an album of quality.
Artist
If you like a whole album that you can play all the way through...you will love this.
D. Huffington

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By singswell on August 25, 2009
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While on the debut album LeToya let us know she was that "H-town chick" by using H-town Rappers and H-town production to convey that southern confidence (swagger if you will), on "Lady Love" she does no such thing. Instead, she opts to convey that swagger solely through her lyrics and vocal execution. "Lady Love" finds LeToya as "swagger" made flesh; confidence epitomized.

From the opening song all the way to the last, we are taken on a journey through all the ups & downs, and ins & outs of Love. I am actually surprised at some of the various perspectives LeToya takes with this album. Lady Love is a true R&B album with just a sprinkling of pop added for good measure. Lyrically the album is brutally honest and well constructed; vocally LeToya sounds better than she ever has, the growth is astounding; conceptually she thoroughly explores all the different tenets of Love.

The first single "Not Anymore" was not strong enough to be a single at all. A single is a song that is a standalone hit; however, within the context of the album "Not Anymore" fits perfectly. It serves a very specific role; it enables the story to further progress. It acts as a nice bridge that guides you to the more important and more interesting sites.

Thankfully, this album is replete with great material. There really is no need to skip anything. It has been awhile since an album that is capable of playing in its entirety has been on the scene. Initially when I learned that LeToya's sophomore album would deal extensively with the subject of "love", I assumed it would be slow and boring. While there are times when LeToya slows it down, it is NEVER boring. As a vocalist, LeToya shines her brightest on mid-tempos and ballads, as all true vocalists do.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Blanton on August 25, 2009
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Wow, that's the first word that comes to mind after listening to this cd from end to end 3 or 4 times non stop. This may be the best R&B album of the year. From beginning to end, every track is well written, well produced and of course courtesy of Letoya excellantly performed.

There are so many great songs I don't even know if I should even list the best tracks, but the ones I have to listen to on repeat constantly are Lazy, Over, Regret, Tears, Take Away Love, and Matter.

She has something for everyone on this cd, from slow jams, to women's anthems, to songs for the fellas, and club joints. If this album is promoted correctly it could be huge success for the H-Town Chick. Kudos!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Artist on August 25, 2009
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This album impressed me. Vocally she has grown and the production on the album shows that time was taken to craft an album of quality. R&B has become so bland over the years and it's so nice to see that there are still artists that remain true to telling stories of love and pain. This an album more than worth buying. She has grown as an artist! Great Job TOYA!!!!!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By singswell on August 31, 2009
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While on the debut album LeToya let us know she was that "H-town chick" by using H-town Rappers and H-town production to convey that southern confidence (swagger if you will), on "Lady Love" she does no such thing. Instead, she opts to convey that swagger solely through her lyrics and vocal execution. "Lady Love" finds LeToya as "swagger" made flesh; confidence epitomized.

From the opening song all the way to the last, we are taken on a journey through all the ups & downs, and ins & outs of Love. I am actually surprised at some of the various perspectives LeToya takes with this album. Lady Love is a true R&B album with just a sprinkling of pop added for good measure. Lyrically the album is brutally honest and well constructed; vocally LeToya sounds better than she ever has, the growth is astounding; conceptually she thoroughly explores all the different tenets of Love.

The first single "Not Anymore" was not strong enough to be a single at all. A single is a song that is a standalone hit; however, within the context of the album "Not Anymore" fits perfectly. It serves a very specific role; it enables the story to further progress. It acts as a nice bridge that guides you to the more important and more interesting sites.

Thankfully, this album is replete with great material. There really is no need to skip anything. It has been awhile since an album that is capable of playing in its entirety has been on the scene. Initially when I learned that LeToya's sophomore album would deal extensively with the subject of "love", I assumed it would be slow and boring. While there are times when LeToya slows it down, it is NEVER boring. As a vocalist, LeToya shines her brightest on mid-tempos and ballads, as all true vocalists do.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By singswell on August 31, 2009
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While on the debut album LeToya let us know she was that "H-town chick" by using H-town Rappers and H-town production to convey that southern confidence (swagger if you will), on "Lady Love" she does no such thing. Instead, she opts to convey that swagger solely through her lyrics and vocal execution. "Lady Love" finds LeToya as "swagger" made flesh; confidence epitomized.

From the opening song all the way to the last, we are taken on a journey through all the ups & downs, and ins & outs of Love. I am actually surprised at some of the various perspectives LeToya takes with this album. Lady Love is a true R&B album with just a sprinkling of pop added for good measure. Lyrically the album is brutally honest and well constructed; vocally LeToya sounds better than she ever has, the growth is astounding; conceptually she thoroughly explores all the different tenets of Love.

The first single "Not Anymore" was not strong enough to be a single at all. A single is a song that is a standalone hit; however, within the context of the album "Not Anymore" fits perfectly. It serves a very specific role; it enables the story to further progress. It acts as a nice bridge that guides you to the more important and more interesting sites.

Thankfully, this album is replete with great material. There really is no need to skip anything. It has been awhile since an album that is capable of playing in its entirety has been on the scene. Initially when I learned that LeToya's sophomore album would deal extensively with the subject of "love", I assumed it would be slow and boring. While there are times when LeToya slows it down, it is NEVER boring. As a vocalist, LeToya shines her brightest on mid-tempos and ballads, as all true vocalists do.
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