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Ludacris: Release Therapy

By BellaHoney22     Feb 18, 2007 in Entertainment
Album Review: Release Therapy by Ludacris
First there was Incognegro, then Back for the First Time, after that Word of Mouf, which was followed up by The Red Light District and now there's Release Therapy. Ludacris' albums just keep getting better, with guest collaborations such as Young Jezzy, Field Mob, R. Kelly and Mary J Blige, it was a sure thing this album was going to be a hit and it delivered.
Unlike his albums before Release Therapy, this one has alot of depth and meaning in quite a few of the songs, which could just increase his bandwagon and still keep all his old fans cause' even though this album has showed a different side of Ludacris it still has his usual, up-beat club banging songs.
Songs like Runaway Love, War with God, Freedom of Preach and Mouths to Feed all hold a really deep meaning to me. The lyrics and emotion in these songs is just incredible, the way they can relate to peoples' lives and past is just simply amazing.
I'm amazed at the album because I, as I'm sure others though to that Ludacris could only produce hits to make people wanna move, but this album proves me wrong, it shows an inspirational side to Ludacris and I'd give him props, because I'm amazed that he did.
If your into Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B and you only had the choice to buy one album I would definitely consider Release Therapy, because it has your regular everyday club hits such as Money Maker and Grew up a Screw Up but so much more with hits such as Runaway Love and War with God.
Hope ya'll who heard the album enjoyed it as much as I did and if you never heard it before then I suggest you listen to it.
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