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Grammy nominated singer and Verve recording artist Ledisi is excited to announce the release of her fifth major studio release The Truth. The album, which will be in-stores March 11, is filled not only with Ledisi's trademark soaring ballads but also a generous collection of up-tempo, beat-driven celebrations of love and lust.
Grammy nominated singer and Verve recording artist Ledisi is excited to announce the release of her fifth major studio release The Truth. The album, which will be in-stores March 11, is filled not only with Ledisi's trademark soaring ballads but also a generous collection of up-tempo, beat-driven celebrations of love and lust.
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Format: CD
Label: VRV
Catalog: 1960102
Rel. Date: 03/11/2014
UPC: 602537554379

Truth
Artist: Ledisi
Format: CD
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Grammy nominated singer and Verve recording artist Ledisi is excited to announce the release of her fifth major studio release The Truth. The album, which will be in-stores March 11, is filled not only with Ledisi's trademark soaring ballads but also a generous collection of up-tempo, beat-driven celebrations of love and lust.

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"With every album I grow, and with The Truth I've gone to a new level. It's an extension of who I am and where I am in my life. Everything I am feeling and experiencing is in this album and I am excited to share it with my fans," states Ledisi. "Of all of my recordings, this is definitely my favorite album ever." 

The first single off the new album "I Blame You," written and produced by Claude Kelly, Chuck Harmony and Ledisi Young (the team who brought you "Pieces of Me"), is a joyful reflection on that new-found love. USA Today calls it "A breezy-smooth rush of pop-soul nostalgia." 

Ledisi explains that her new music is a reflection of her journey of self-discovery. "There was a time when I felt like I had to please everybody," she says. "Now I'm like 'I don't care anymore,' I just want to be fully out there and be the person I really am, which is someone who loves being open and fun." 

Ledisi's courage to be so vulnerable isn't the only positive byproduct of her transformation. "Over the past few years, I've really had to ask myself, 'Who are you and what do you want to be,'" she reflects. "I did some mediation and I started working out hard. Not like how I used to where I would do a couple of crunches and then drink a soda! Now I'm really challenging myself. And I love this girl! She's free and uninhibited and having fun with life. I've learned that when you really love who you are, it radiates! It all starts from the within. It all starts from accepting The Truth." 

Ledisi's thrill of self-discovery is now available for all of us to enjoy, on The Truth.

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