Letters from Birmingham

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Letters from Birmingham
Letters From Birmingham album cover.jpg
Studio album by Ruben Studdard
Released March 13, 2012
Recorded 2010–2012
Genre R&B, pop, soul
Label Shanachie Records
Producer Blac Elvis, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Stargate, Teddy Riley, John Rich
Ruben Studdard chronology
Playlist: The Very Best of Ruben Studdard
(2010)
Letters from Birmingham
(2012)
Singles from Letters from Birmingham
  1. "June 28th (I'm Single)"
    Released: January 24, 2012
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com 3.5/5 stars[1]
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[2]
Billboard (favorable)[3]
Entertainment Weekly B+[4]
The Washington Post (unfavorable)[5]

Letters from Birmingham is the fifth album by R&B-pop artist and American Idol winner Ruben Studdard the album was released on March 13, 2012. Produced by Elvis "BlacElvis" Williams, Harold Lilly, Patrick "Guitarboy" Hayes. Horns by Siraaj Amnesia James (Encore).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Letter 1"
  2. "Turn You Out"
  3. "Love Skies 1"
  4. "Wear Me"
  5. "Letter #2"
  6. "Pure Imagination"
  7. "Do It Right" (featuring Chrisette Michele)
  8. "Today! (Hallelujah)"
  9. "Letter #3"
  10. "Twisted Love"
  11. "Rock Witcha" (featuring K. Michelle)
  12. "All About You"
  13. "Letter #4"
  14. "Her 4 U"
  15. "What's the Reason"
  16. "June 28th (I'm Single)"
  17. "Loving You Is Killing Me" (Best Buy Bonus Track)
  18. "For Both Of Us I'l Be Concerned" (Best Buy Bonus Track)
  19. "What A Day" (Best Buy Bonus Track)
  20. "Leading Lady" (Best Buy Bonus Track)

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