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Lyfe Jennings: “All Men Cheat To Some Extent”

Submitted by on July 29, 2010 – 10:44 am5 Comments

No one makes R&B quite like Lyfe Jennings. Since his 2004 classic debut album Lyfe 268-192 (named for the I.D. number he was given while incarcerated for 10 years), Jennings has created some of the most therapeutic soul music of his time, tackling subjects ranging from venereal disease and his criminal past to poverty.

His latest hit single “Statistics” packs another punch, by teaching women the harsh reality associated with the different types of men they’re dating and encouraging them to choose wisely. Lyfe’s new album I Still Believe is arguably his most introspective work to date, featuring powerful songs like “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” “Mama” (featuring Anthony Hamilton) and “Learn From This.”

In the video below, Lyfe reflects on the success of “Statistics” and candidly discusses the women he likes, women that like him, how his approach towards women has changed, relationship deal breakers and more.

Be sure to pick up I Still Believe (out August 31) through Jesus Swings/Warner Music.

Check out the official video for “Statistics”:

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