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Pieces Of Me

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Pieces Of Me
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So Into You
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Bravo
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Stay Together
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Coffee
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Hate Me
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Shut Up
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Shine
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I Miss You Now
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BGTY
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Raise Up
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I Gotta Get To You
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 45:48

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Very nice

MusiclLover1157

I love her voice. I love her songs and the way she is right in your face good. The sound is so krisp and smooth. The sound is awsome, so good through my earphones and speakers. Worth a download.

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Pieces of Me, the single

V-ron

I love this song. I want the words to it so I can really sing along. I played this song non-stop for a night, and thought I would continue to do so for days afterwards. It is definitely going on a CD of collected love songs. Another listener stated basically that it was incredible how much the song enthralled her. I feel the same way. It is the anthem of a woman, not a lady. We are women, hear us roar! Yeah Ledisi! Thanks for being the voice of so many women. The song is beautiful.

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Turn Me Loose was Ledisi’s most commercially successful release, topping Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and peaking within the Top 20 of the Billboard 200. The 2009 album also earned two Grammy nominations to go with the pair earned by 2007’s Lost & Found. On her fourth Verve Forecast disc, the singer continues to work beside Rex Rideout, Ivan Barias, and Carvin Haggins while adding Salaam Remi, Mike City, and Chuck Harmony — all of whom are among adult contemporary R&B’s most prominent and successful studio hands — and a handful of up-and-comers. “Hate Me” is a hot Southern soul ballad and “Shut Up” packs forthright attitude with a roomy but unshakeable beat, yet the album does not quite have the bite of Turn Me Loose. It could use a couple throw-you-around-the-room rockers in the vein of Turn Me Loose’s “Runnin’” and “Knockin’,” although some listeners will be so struck by the sustained high level of confidence and grace that it won’t be an issue. – Andy Kellman

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