King of Hearts is the fourth studio album by American R&B recording artist Lloyd, released July 5, 2011, on Zone 4. Production for the album took place at several recording studios and was handled primarily by producer and Zone 4-head Polow da Don. It is Lloyd's first release after leaving his former record label Murder Inc. Records in 2009. The album debuted at number 10 on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 26,000 copies in its first week.
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King of Hearts was the first CD album for blues, soul singer King Ernest. He had been away from the music scene for some time and the album marked his return to music. It was also a blues award nominee. After retiring at 55, he recorded the album which was released on Evidence 26084 in 1997. The album includes covers of "Black Bag Blues" which is a Lester Butler song and "Better Days" which was written by Mick Jagger and Jimmy Rip, which is an Otis Redding styled ballad
The sleazy-sweet Lay It Down hit airwaves during the end of summer 2010, almost ten months prior to the release of Lloyd’s fourth album, King of Hearts. The single’s luminous mix of cunningly delivered pimp talk and old-school elegance indicated that Lloyd was about to somersault out of his creative holding pattern and ascend higher than ever
King of Hearts has taut production (mostly by Polow da Don) that takes in everything from synthy club pop to retrosoul, but what holds it together is the salacious silliness: You sexy/Love how you show i. .Go tell them bloggers/That they can quote me. Listen to Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) feat. André 3000 & Lil Wayne: Related, Photos: The Week’s Hottest Live Shots. In This Article: Lloyd. Want more Rolling Stone?
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|3||In The Dark||4:08|
|4||Black Bag Blues||4:27|
|6||Long As I Have You||6:16|
|7||Tell Me What's The Reason||3:52|
|8||Cryin' For My Baby||5:02|