The Review: Letoya Luckett’s Lady Love

Who said there’s no life after Destiny’s Child? LeToya Luckett is and has been vehemently striking down those fallacious forms of innuendos and speculations. After a chart topping 2006 album with her debut solo album entitled Letoya the electric artist is giving us more of the Houston-bred girl we’ve grown to love in her new album Lady Love. Luckett starts to shake things up early with “She Ain’t Got…” hitting you with synthesized vocals, hard snares, and sassy lyrics. She “put’s her foot down,” on this track. Next we’re hit with the smash single “Not Anymore” co-written and produced by Bei Maejor. This anthem for ladies who are plain old tired of a no-good-man is followed by the next track entitled “Lazy” where she’s simply “tired of loving”. With features from Ludacris, Estelle, and Mims you really can’t go wrong with Luckett’s sophomore project. My personal favorite is “Good To Me” where LeToya is ready to “give away all this good loving,” and asking for a “man….that still goes to church with his momma.” But don’t take my word for it ya’ll, grab a copy and find your fav!

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