Ruben Studdard has returned with a potential classic offering entitled "Unconditional Love." This album is his first album for Verve Records. The album was released on February 4th 2014 and it’s available in both physical and digital formats for music lovers everywhere. This is Studdard’s 6th album.
The album features contributions from producers - David Foster (Chairman of the project), Warryn Campbell, John Jackson, Bernie Herms, Demonté Posey, Eric Benét, and Jochem van der Saag. The album also features a duet with Lalah Hathaway doing the Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell classic – “If This World were mine.”
“It’s my most romantic album yet—and most mature,” says Studdard. “It shows my growth as a vocalist, and is also the most heartfelt album I’ve ever recorded and includes many of my favorite songs from all different eras.”
Unconditional Love brings together timeless classics and new compositions sure to qualify, including “Meant To Be,” the first single, which Studdard introduced on the finale of ‘The Biggest Loser’, and co-wrote with Foster.
“It’s an inspirational song that we wrote while I was on the show, and it has a lot of meaning in my life,” says Studdard, a popular celebrity contestant on last year’s edition of the weight-loss challenge. “It has to do with moving toward the place where you’re meant to be—which really applies to this album: This is the record that everybody has been waiting for from me.”
The album features other classics – “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” “They Long To Be (Close To You),” and “Close The Door,” among many others. Real music fans won’t be disappointed. Well done Ruben Studdard, Well done.
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