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Release Date: Sep 13, 2021
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Resurrection (Twista album)

Resurrection is the second studio album by Chicago rapper Twista, who had released his first album under the name Tung Twista. Along with the name and label change, the rapper slowed his flow slightly and deepened his voice; he also took to darker, rougher production, provided by his then-DJ, DJ-I.C. Dre. Though the album was released only in Chicago—possibly due to marketing conflicts with fellow Chicago rapper Common's own successful and similarly titled sophomore effort Resurrection, released exactly 2 weeks prior—it served as a template for Twista's seminal Adrenaline Rush, released three years later. This album is somewhat famous for the song "Suicide", which takes shot at group Naughty by Nature (It was a response for the group, after they stated that Twista's fast rap style was all show and a gimmick).


So Lonely (Twista song)

"So Lonely" is a song written and produced by American singer Mariah Carey and record producer Rodney Jerkins. It is a duet between rapper Twista and Carey, featured on his album The Day After and Carey's reissue of The Emancipation of Mimi (2005), subtitled Ultra Platinum Edition. It was unofficially released in 2006 as the third single from The Day After. The version on The Emancipation of Mimi serves as a sequel track to "One and Only" (also featuring Twista), another track from The Emancipation of Mimi, and is subtitled "One and Only Part 2". The version on The Day After serves as a sequel track to that and is therefore subtitled "One and Only Part 3". The single unofficially impacted U.S. radio on January 18, 2006, but it had already been added to many radio station playlists and internet websites well before this date (in late September 2005). The single was introduced to iTunes as a digital download in late 2005. "So Lonely" reached number 14 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which represents the twenty-five singles below the Billboard Hot 100's number 100 position that have not yet appeared on the Hot 100. It failed to reach the top forty on the Pop 100 or Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts, though it appeared on the Rhythmic Airplay Chart. There was no official music video for the single.




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