Runaway Love (Ludacris song)

Runaway Love (Ludacris Song)

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Runaway Love (Ludacris song)

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"Runaway Love" is the third single released from Ludacris' fifth album, Release Therapy (2006). The song, which features Mary J. Blige on the vocals, was produced by Polow da Don and reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The song was the first single from Release Therapy in the UK and was released as a double A-side with "Girls Gone Wild" included. The song was performed at the 2007 Grammy Awards show by Ludacris, Mary J. Blige and Earth, Wind & Fire. A remix of the song is available by T-Pain featuring Cassie.

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Each one of the three verses of a fictional account telling the troubles in the lives of three runaway female adolescents; a nine-year-old named Lisa, a ten-year-old named Nicole, and an eleven-year-old named Erica each ending up running away to escape each of her own problems. There is a very short, commonly used sample of Slick Rick saying "Like this" in the beginning and at approximately 1:22 in the song. At the end of the song Ludacris informs women that he feels like running away himself some times. The beat was made similar as Hate It or Love It by Game featuring 50 Cent , which were both produced by Cool & Dre.


The 1st account involves Lisa (Played by Arielle Lopez), a nine-year-old girl who has never met her family or father, has a mother who is addicted to drugs and also brings home men at different hours of the night. When her mom is knocked out from the drugs, the men that her...
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