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10 (LL Cool J album)

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Released  October 15, 2002
Length  62:31
Artist  LL Cool J
Label  Def Jam Recordings
Recorded  2001–02
10 (2002)  The DEFinition (2004)
Release date  15 October 2002
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Producer  The Neptunes, Poke & Tone, Ron Lawrence
Genres  Hip hop music, East Coast hip hop
Nominations  Soul Train Music Award for Best Album of the Year
Similar  LL Cool J albums, Hip hop music albums

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10 is the ninth studio album by American rapper LL Cool J, released on October 15, 2002 by Def Jam Recordings. It peaked at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200. LL Cool J and 10 hit a milestone in Def Jam history, being the first artist ever on Def Jam to have ten albums (out of his thirteen-album deal) under the same record label. It reached #26 on the United Kingdom charts, making it LL Cool J's highest charting album there to date.

Contents

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Singles

Singles – Billboard (North America)

Samples

  • "After School"
  • "It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
  • "Big Mama (Unconditional Love)"
  • "Sadie" by The Spinners
  • "Fa Ha"
  • "Rich Girl" by Hall & Oates
  • "Paradise"
  • "Risin' to the Top" by Keni Burke
  • "All Night Long (Waterbed)" by Kevie Kev
  • "All I Have"
  • "Very Special" by Debra Laws
  • Songs

    1Intro1:04
    2Born To Love You
    3Luv U Better4:47

    References

    10 (LL Cool J album) Wikipedia


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