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THE LAST KISS is the long-awaited follow-up to Kiss Of Death, the second album by Jadakiss, released June 2004. The million-selling #1 pop and #1 R&B album turned out a trio of hit singles, starting with "Time's Up" (featuring Nate Dogg, produced by Scott Storch); then "Why" (featuring Anthony Hamilton, produced by Havoc); and "U Make Me Wanna" (featuring Mariah Carey, produced by Storch).
THE LAST KISS picks up where Kiss Of Death left off, introducing brand new guest appearances by Ne-Yo - on the albums first official single "By My Side" - Jay-Z on the street banger "Who Run This," the Lox, Young Jeezy, and Lil' Wayne. Producers on board the new album project include the Neptunes, Eric Hudson, Buckwild, Denaun Porter, Needlz, Sean C & LV, and Baby Grande.
Kiss Tha Game Goodbye, the solo debut from Jadakiss, was released August 2001. On the strength of its three chart singles - "Knock Yourself Out" (produced by the Neptunes); "We Gonna Make It" (featuring Styles P. and produced by Alchemist); and "Put Ya Hands Up" - the album rose to #2/R&B and #5/pop, and went on to sell more than three million copies worldwide. Prior to starting his solo career, Jadakiss spent nearly a decade as a member of the legendary rap collective the L.O.X. (later known as D-Block), whose members included Styles P. and Sheek Louch.
This is jada's best album out of his trio. It Seems More Polished Than THE rest, Maybe He Had Better Instruction With Jay Rather Than DiddyPublished 17 months ago by Iakoka
Great tracks, great production and jada spittin with fire! Always been a fan of his, Styles P, Sheek Louch and D BlockPublished 22 months ago by Chas Dehvul
One of my best artist. Jadakiss did his thing on this cd. I must be if your not used to his type of style you might not like it put I listen to jada since he was down with the... Read morePublished on July 2, 2011 by dpet6507
Jadakiss never disappoints. He is one of the best to out there. He doesn't get his due in the rap game, but he continues to be true to the music. The Last Kiss is no different.Published on March 16, 2010 by Demetrius Hawkins
I would give this album at the very least a four and a half, if not a five. Jadakiss is without a doubt one of the best lyricists out there and nowadays a decent rap album is... Read morePublished on February 20, 2010 by Michael Jensen
this album was the miles ahead of other releases in 2009...he had some top notch production from the first track till the last....the bass thumped hard on every track.... Read morePublished on December 12, 2009 by CALI HIP HOPPER
Damn, I mean after all the hype......
And I'm a Lox fan since Biggies "Last Day". Kiss' first album is a classic to me. Joints like "Put Your Hands Up" and "We Gon' Make It". Read more
When I saw the Video for "Can't Stop Me", I knew I had to get Jada's new joint. I have to say I was somewhat disappointed with the beats compared to Kiss of Death, however, I have... Read morePublished on July 21, 2009 by musycman