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Review: B.o.B “The Adventures of Bobby Ray” (2010)

B.o.B just wants to fly. The 21-year-old Decatur, Georgia native has spent much of his young career writing songs dealing with his desire to be above the clouds. Spanning six mixtapes, several EPs and three years, tracks like “Cloud 9,” “I’ll Be In The Sky,” “On Top Of The World,” and “Satellite” offered a glimpse into the imagination of a lanky rapper who was wise and talented beyond his years. Continue reading

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Asher Roth “Asleep In The Bread Aisle” (2009)

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The first thought that enters one’s mind upon hearing Asher Roth’s first single, “I Love College,” is “one hit wonder.” Over a not-so-subtle replaying of Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So,” Roth delivers a gimmicky, catchy, and extremely corny frat-boy ode to boozing, smoking and partying that lacks any sort of thought-provoking content.

Yet, it works. To an extent. Continue reading

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