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After making his mark as the lead singer of R&B's multi-platinum quartet, B2K, Omarion now offers a glimpse into who he is today as a young man, first, and also as an artist with a solo debut, entitled, simply, O.

Two years after teen heartthrobs B2K threw in the towel, Omarion, their vocal center of gravity has resurfaced with his solo debut, the aptly titled O. Despite such high wattage producers as the Neptunes and Rodney Jerkins, the toothsome singer sounds much the same as he did when he fronted the boy band, except some of the tracks are a little racier than the stuff his former outfit put out. That's not necessarily a bad thing, especially when you get lost in the ardent yearning of a track like "Slow Dance." But it's not the love jams that shine here, it's the more winsome, autobiographical stuff like "Growing Up," which tries to explain the break-up of his band, the lighter than air "I Wish," and the brazen "Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)," which feels like it was pulled right off a Commodores album from the roaring '70s and features some wicked back-up verbage by Outkast's Big Boi. --Jaan Uhelszki

1. I Wish
2. Touch
3. O
4. I'm Tryna
5. Drop That Heater
6. Growing Pains
7. Take It Off
8. Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)
9. I Know
10. I'm Gon' Change
11. In The Dark
12. Slow Dancin'
13. Fiening You

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0007GAEY4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Brok Bunnell on April 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Omarion has been with the music industry for a good 5 years now, but he popped on the scene with a group by the name of B2K, B2K had been a big hit, until they had broke up at the end of the 2003 Year, after the second hit album Pandemonium. Now there aren't very many signs that B2K is getting back together, but that didn't stop the lead singer Omarion to make his Solo Album Debut O. O is the first Solo Album from Omarion without the help of his B2K buddies. This is how I feel Omarion did on his average Solo Debut.

1. I wish- This song is fantastic, and a very great Album Opener, it has a good meaning and is just joy to listen to, it is definately one of my favorites on the album. 10/10.

2. Touch- Said to be Omarion's second single, this would make an extremely good single, and with the beat produced by the Neptunes, you know that it would be a excellent song, and very nice sexy song from Omarion right here for the ladies! 10/10

3. O- Well O is obviously the single that had me to buy the Album. I thouht the Song was great, and definately put Omarion's Vocal abilities on the map. This song was just pure singing..the beat actually did nothing for me. A really well made track here! 10/10

4. I'm Tryna- This is said to be Omarions third single, but I would question this song as a single, but since it is Omarion, it may do well, but if it was someone else it wouldn't do well. I am not really feelin' this song all that much, the beat is just to plain, and the lyrics are kind of childish so Kind of a Lame filler track to me. 5/10

5. Drop that Heater- Wow how sexy this song is! The Beat was produced by Rodney Jerkins(the same person who produced Destiny's Child's "Loose My Breath". So you know that the song is Hot!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Sage on December 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
To be completely honest, I was in love with B2K (one of the few over 20) and was sad that they broke up. However, when Omarion released his album, after much anticipation, I started to think. Maybe because of the way the group broke up he would still have B2K music lingering into his solo debut. This would be a career killer if he held on to his boy band antics, and I thought that this was ultamately what he was doomed for. Boy was I in for a surprise. Despite some tracks like, "I'm Tryna" and "Take It Off," the album shines beyond his boy band past, and heads way for a promising future. To be honest (again) I can almost listen to his album from start to finish, and I can't say that about alot of artist. The highs are "Never gonna let you go" where I feel Omarion's true personality (as far as music) actually arises, "O" which I thought to be completly arrogant of him, until I realized that I misread the song (O stands for Orgasm, not Omarion), "Touch", a song that actually had to grow on me (most of the neptunes music does that to me), and songs 10-13. That particular group of songs shows maturity in him that charms me (well I am a girl). The song about the group breaking up, "Growing Pains" finally gave me an exact picture of what the group went through from his perspective (something I felt was lacking because the other boys got there point across, and I'm sure there are always two parts to a story). The lows were "I'm Tryna" a song that could have done without all the whining at the end, and "Take it off" a song that could have done without the cursing, and the weak female rapper at the end. Overall I would purchase this album, because it flew far beyond my expectations, and I'm pretty sure it will fly beyond yours.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mikeisha Best on December 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
All the little girls were swooning over B2K. Well, in all honesty, all the little girls were swooning over Omari Grandberry of B2K (He added "ion" to Omari because ion means forever, and Omarion means Omari forever".) An avid music listener like myself could not escape a B2K song or video if they wanted to. So, naturally, I listened to them to find out if they had any singing talent. Well, my verdict is, they are alright. They definitely aren't anything to write home about. Omarion by himself is the same conclusion I drew about B2K, his voice is OK, but nothing special. He can't even sing that well. So, that's automatically points deducted from an album. Nontheless, his debut album is good. It's clear that some time was taken with vocals, lyrics and production.

"O" is the album's first single. I never really liked this song. First, the lyrics were a little too provocative for the fan base Omarion is well aware that he has; all of those baby girls. Second, the track as a whole never did anything for me. But it did receive a lot of airplay. Although I didn't care for "O" much, Omarion made up for it when he released "Touch". This is easily one of the best songs of 2005. Everything about this song screamed hit. Pharell did an amazing job with the production, I love it! The lyrics are catchy and creative, and the video (for what its worth) is really, really nice! It features some kick ass dancing by the former B2K lead singer himself. While on the subject of his old boy group, Omarion discusses what he feels about them breaking up on the song "Growing Pains". This song is an album highlight because Omarion's sincerity is felt all over the track. It's pretty deep. He tells the good and bad side of the story, something most people shy away from.
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