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Though Ludacris’ last album, Battle of the Sexes, had male-female relations (sexual and otherwise) as its theme, it would be a crushing disappointment not to hear the ATL heavyweight return to the topic of f**king for at least one jam off his next LP. Thus, Mr. Bridges has stepped back into the bedroom for the latest single, which finds him and guest star Kelly Rowland Representin’ their respective genders as they partake in the oldest activity known to man (and woman). Over a synth beat by the hitmaking duo of Jim Jonsin and Rico Love, Luda tackles the topic of fornication as only he can, paying tribute to a female so adept at turning him on that he’s thinking about wifing up. The Destiny’s Child alum reciprocates the rapper’s enthusiasm in a steamy guest hook. So, Booth readers, is Representin’ a worthy addition to Luadcris’ well-stocked arsenal of sex jams? Debate away—and keep it locked for all the latest leading up to the currently-unscheduled arrival of his eighth album.
Written by richard on 10/29/12
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