Ludacris ‘Battle of the Sexes’ – Album Review

Ludacris Battle of the Sexes Album Review
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Ludacris emerged onto the music scene in 2000 with his hit “What’s Your Fantasy,” a discourse on sexual fantasy. That same element is exhibited in full force in the Battle of the Sexes album, Ludacris’ seventh solo release. Intent on highlighting different perspectives on sex, Ludacris brings together an assortment of artistry to drive the theme home.

Opening with “How Low,” Ludacris generates another stripper anthem similar to “P***y Poppin” from Chicken & Beer, while “My Chick Bad” begins the battle with Nicki Minaj offering a scorching verse. From then on, the battle becomes one of romance and partying as evidenced by the ballad “Sex Room,” which borders on an after-hours groove with Trey Songz’s vocals and Ludacris’ lyricism and the club insanity of the Bangladesh-produced “Party No Mo,” where Gucci Mane shows up for the fight.

The vibes are driven up on “Hey Ho,” which features Lil Kim, who is as fierce and hardcore as she was on her first album. Rapper I-20 appears on the “B.O.T.S. Radio,” where a back-and-forth rhyme spree ensues. Finally, the album’s bonus track, “Sexting,” produced by the Neptunes, allows Ludacris to take on sex with comedy.

Ludacris started recording the Battle of the Sexes album in 2008 and enlisted many well-known producers such as J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Swizz Beatz to provide beats. This collection does indeed achieve its purpose making it one of Luda’s more memorable assortment of cuts to date.

Battle of the Sexes album review
This album receives a PARL

Rating System:
P… Horrible
PA… Tolerable
PAR… Good
PARL… Excellent
PARLÉ… Classic

Parlé Album Pick
Ludacris f/ Trey Songz – Sex Room


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