Battle of the Sexes is a very tongue-in-cheek look at relationships. Ludacris addresses the double-standard of the player vs. the slut in "Hey Ho" and in "B.O.T.S Radio" he explores the complaints of men and women in relationships. "Can't Live With You" and "Tell Me A Secret" are the more mature, emotionally-driven songs. Most of the rest of the album is about partying in the club or having fun in the bedroom.
"How Low" is the main dance track from the album. The club songs are: "How Low", "My Chick Bad", "Everybody Drunk", "Party No Mo". The bedroom songs are: "I Do it All Night", "Sex Room", "Feelin' So Sexy", "Tell Me A Secret", and "Sexting".
My favorite songs on the album are: "I Do It All Night", "Sex Room", "I Know You Got A Man", "Tell Me A Secret", "How Low" and "Sexting".
Battle of the Sexes is a great album that never tries to be anything more than good fun. It's Ludacris at his best--flirtatious, funny, sexy, and dropping good beats.