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Think Like A Man - Music From & Inspired By The Film

by Various Artists

Think Like A Man - Music From & Inspired By The Film by Various Artists

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Think Like A Man - Music From & Inspired By The Film

by Various Artists

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Label: Epic
This romantic comedy based on a jokey self-help book by Steve Harvey became a sleeper hit in 2012. Its soundtrack is surprisingly good as well. The jewel here comes from Quadron, a Danish soul duo that re-imagines Michael Jackson's "Baby Be Mine" into something beautiful and haunting. The first half of the compilation is dedicated to stars like Jennifer Hudson, who offers the title track and R&B hit alongside Rick Ross and Ne-Yo; and John Legend and Ludacris, who bring "Tonight (The Best You Ever Had)." The second half introduces new faces like Billy Wes ("Shake That Jelly").

About This Album

This romantic comedy based on a jokey self-help book by Steve Harvey became a sleeper hit in 2012. Its soundtrack is surprisingly good as well. The jewel here comes from Quadron, a Danish soul duo that re-imagines Michael Jackson's "Baby Be Mine" into something beautiful and haunting. The first half of the compilation is dedicated to stars like Jennifer Hudson, who offers the title track and R&B hit alongside Rick Ross and Ne-Yo; and John Legend and Ludacris, who bring "Tonight (The Best You Ever Had)." The second half introduces new faces like Billy Wes ("Shake That Jelly").

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About This Album

This romantic comedy based on a jokey self-help book by Steve Harvey became a sleeper hit in 2012. Its soundtrack is surprisingly good as well. The jewel here comes from Quadron, a Danish soul duo that re-imagines Michael Jackson's "Baby Be Mine" into something beautiful and haunting. The first half of the compilation is dedicated to stars like Jennifer Hudson, who offers the title track and R&B hit alongside Rick Ross and Ne-Yo; and John Legend and Ludacris, who bring "Tonight (The Best You Ever Had)." The second half introduces new faces like Billy Wes ("Shake That Jelly").