Back in April, we spoke to Baltimore's eccentric, harmonizing rapper Al Rogers Jr. upon the release of his track "BlueGreen". At that point, he was gearing up to release his second project which was set to be titled Baby Al and spoke about the role of love in his work: "Love is the most important factor in my life. Without it, I would not have any drive to continue at all; it's the origin of passion and the origin of hate. My music from the beginning has always been very personal and it's not just about falling in love, it's about the act of love itself."
Today, Rogers released his second project, Luvadocious (instead of Baby Al) -- an alternate universe where God (Godina),who is played by long time local radio personality Ladawn Black, is a woman -- which stays true to his desire for love, getting through trying relationships, family struggles and overcoming odds. Luvadocious is solely produced by Baltimore-based producer Drew Scott and features Joy Postell, Baltimore club legend Blaqstarr, and Blacksage. Stream the album below: