The best song on the album, "Walking on the Moon" features Kanye West, and gives you a Michael Jackson/Prince type of feel. The-Dream's squeals and hollers throughout the song fall just a little short of the King of Pop. Nonetheless, it's a hot uptempo track that while sounding like something from 80's, The-Dream gives it a modern feel.
"Kelly's 12 Play" is another notable "baby-making" track on album. The song is an ode to R. Kelly's 1993 hit, "12 Play." The-Dream didn't miss the opportunity to deliver with some of those "ooo-ohhh-ohhh-ooo" hollers that R. Kelly is known for. I would say The-Dream delivered with this song and solified himself as a crooner that is capable of making songs for any occasion.
I wasn't interested in hearing The-Dream's first album because I thought he would be here today and gone tomorrow. But I think it's clear now that he isn't going anywhere.
The album is surprisingly easy to listen to all the way through. It helps when you have radio-friendly songs like "Rockin' That Shit," "My Love" featuring Mariah Carey and "Let Me See Your Booty" featuring Lil' Jon.
After all, he is the self-proclaimed "Radio Killer." A title that he has indeed earned with "Love vs. Money."