B2K: The Remixes, Vol. 1 - B2K Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop - Dance Pop / Artist: B2K / Import / Audio CD released 2002-07-23 at Epic / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Gots Ta Be [Clue/Duro Remix] - B2K 2 Uh Huh, Pt. 2 - B2K, 3 Gots Ta Be [Platinum Status Remix] - B2K 4 Gots Ta Be [Allegro Love Remix] - B2K 5 My Na ... more
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Pandemonium - B2KNot Quite Pandemonium (1428 words)
by XICripZ - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
"Pandemonium!" came out in 2002 as the second album from the Boys of the New Millenium, B B2K This Pop-R&B release has the group (consisting of members: Omarion, Raz-B, J-Boog and Lil Fizz) move on from the first album, which balanced blaads, and up-tempo club-type tracks, to move more definitively into the latter direction. 1. "Intro" 2. "Bump, Bump, Bump" This was the big single from the album, and gets the group doing an exciting, club track alongside P. Diddy whilst doing a track for the fans to just have fun with. It is a a track that you can t possibly find a fault in as its just feel-good R&B ffrom the group with the work ...
B2K - B2KB2K Is Hot (But You Didn't Hear It From Me) (1826 words)
by XICripZ - written on 09/07/08, updated on 09/07/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
for this switch, the beat has more Hip Hop added to it than in their other tracks, just to show they are aware of what we want to hear. B B2K take a chance to talk us through their expereinces with girls, and tell us what is required to make the relationships work. The male fans are given something which they can relate to, and I felt they pulled it off. Four Stars 3. "Why I Love You" We are given an acoustic song hear, making them sound very pure as everything is done in minimal qunatites, so it is essentially the group (well more Omarion) singing with very little production to get their point across and make it seem genuine and although I felt they ...
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