No Boys Allowed [+Digital Booklet]

December 21, 2010 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Digital Booklet: No Boys Allowed

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  • Total Length: 50:29
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  • ASIN: B004FBHMGA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,773 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The CD is great, it's probably one of my favorite CDs of 2011.
Andre Meaux
I been a fan of Keri Hilson and i just want to say thank you for finally releasing this album.
cvchick
The CD had no great tracks and this was a much weaker album than her previous one.
Eddie

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Terri Berri on December 21, 2010
Format: Audio CD
So when I first got Keri Hilson's new album, I was anxious because of all of the hype...yet nervous because I didnt know what to expect. When I first skimmed through the cd, I thought it was okay....HOWEVER....the more I started to listen to the album, the more it grew on me. As a fan of Keri Hilsons,' I must say I was extremely disappointed watching her "The Way You Love Me" video. I just knew that people would appreciate Keri for her background and love her...simply because she is naturally beautiful (I am not saying there is anything wrong with e nhancements), she has a curvy body, her vocals have progressed, and she is not afraid to be bold! I really felt like Keri was one of those beautiful artists who had improved so much...it was hard not to like her. Then, she started to dress a little more risque, sing aggressive, sexual lyrics, and just introduced the world to a new side of Keri. As much as I hated to see such a change in her (that made her appear a little desperate for more attention), I must admit...I thought her new album was very impressive. There are a few songs on the album where Keri gets a little "hood" and even materialistic, however, this album is a step up from her last one. I honestly see Keri with having a very productive, progressive, wonderful career! My songs of choice on the album are:

-Buyou
-The Way You Love Me (sigh...Im guilty)
-One Night Stand
-Lose Control
-Breaking Point
-Beautiful Mistake
-Gimmie What I Want
-All The Boys

The "Pretty Girl Rock" just is waaaay too shallow and egotistical for me. Overall, I am very impressed with her album! I wish her much success!
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lilly on January 6, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
Keri... what happened? This album is straight trash! I can't believe how poppish it sounds. It's like a pop imitator. The producers had the R&B sounds but used pop synths to give that crossover sound but it sounds so childish and bubblegum. I can't believe Keri is 28 years old and singing about being a girl and how pretty she thinks she is. Oh and, yet another singer who distastefully and constantly talks about sex on the album. The songwriters did an awful job with these singles and I wish Keri would stop acting like she's such a great or big songwriter. I checked the credits and she was only mentioned a few times in the songwriting credits and there were 3-5 other songwriters for all of the singles! "Toy Soldier" is all right and I see the direction they were going, but every single lyric is so generic and cliche. Keri is also one of the many singers in this industry who have a lackluster voice. Her vocals are weak, she has a limited range, and her tone is not interesting, unique, or all that pleasant. It's not that she can't sing, it's just that she's not that good of a singer. It's crazy because her "In A perfect World" album was so much better than this! What... did she want to keep up with the pop females but still have an urban vibe this time around? "In A perfect World" was a great R&B/crossover album with standout singles such as "Alienated," "Return the Favor," "Intuition," "Knock You Down"... I could go on. "In A perfect World" was definitely more grown up, in a life experience way, than this. Like, this is for pre teens and teenagers!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 2, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
At first I was skeptical about purchasing this album. But after I listened to it I was hooked. A few of my favorites are

Pretty Girls Rock...this song is of course egotistical, but its a feel good song. Everyone needs a boost of confidence every now and then.

The Way You Love Me...Awesome club song. It will definitely get the club rocking.

Bahm Bahm...is another one of my favorites.

Breaking Point....is definitely a true song.

Overall, I think this album was good a good follow to her 1st cd
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on January 12, 2011
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
Keri Hilson did fairly well for herself with 'In A Perfect World', her debut album. Turnin' Me On with Lil Wayne was a Top 20 hit and a smash on the R&B charts, and Knock You Down was everywhere for a while, reaching the top 5 on the Hot 100. Yet here Ms. Hilson is, seeming rather desperate, mixing up a good formula in an attempt to generate more hits.

Buyou: A good song to start off with. Nice, slick production helps, plus J. Cole's rap is really well done. This could have easily been included on her last album with the feel it has going. Single potential. B

Pretty Girl Rock: I'm not sure why Keri's managers messed with Breaking Point as a first single, because this one has lead single written all over it. The production is immaculate, the lyrics are solid, and Keri sounds fairly invested. Ridiculously catchy; you have been warned. B+

The Way You Love Me: Almost works, but not quite. This is Keri at her most desperate; she attempts to sell the song, giving her all by practically yelling the lyrics, but none of it catches fire. Rick Ross has a decent rap in it though. C

Bahm Bahm (Do It Once Again) / I Want You: The first 2/3 of this song is awful. It all comes off like a watered down version of Break It Off by Rihanna; dancehall at its worst. However, the 'I Want You' part is an exquisite bit of sensual R&B. D for Bahm Bahm, B+ for I Want You

One Night Stand: This is a fairly good slow R&B groove, riding a nice beat, but the album really needed something better at this point to really sell this album. Keri and Chris Brown make a nice pair though. B-

Lose Control / Let Me Down: This is finally when things get interesting.
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