Certain words are often associated with one sex over another when heard within the framework of urban music. For example, let’s employ the word “swagger.” The expression, which is most commonly defined as “an air of overbearing self-confidence,” is often used by male artists. However, just because it is predominantly used by men doesn’t mean that women can’t possess “Swagger” as well. Out to prove that the association can exist between both sexes is former Destiny’s Child singer, LeToya Luckett. Over a beat from producer Bridge, the Houston singer makes good use of her hometown talent and scoops up Boss Hogg Outlawz Slim Thug and Killa Kyleon, and “UGK for Life” member, Bun B, for guest verses. Luckett will release her sophomore solo album, Lady Love, this coming February.
Written by DJ Z on 12/11/07
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