Rapper Ludacris has reworked his Battle of the Sexes album into a compilation album featuring the Atlanta rapper collaborating with today’s top female Hip-Hop artists.
Artists like Eve, Lil Kim, Trina, Nicki Minaj and R&B singer Ciara are featured on the release, which is rounded out by guests appearances from Ne-Yo, Plies and Flo Rida.
The first single from the album is Ludacris’ single “How Low,” which is #1 on iTunes’ Hip-Hop Chart, moving over 500,000 copies.
Battle of the Sexes is Ludacris’ 7th official solo album and his first release since 2008’s Theater of the Mind.
The album was originally supposed to be a collaboration between former Disturbing Tha Peace artist Shawnna, who is absent from the new version of the release.
Battle of the Sexes is due in stores Tuesday, March 16.
Ludacris’ “How Low” video:
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