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Musiq Soulchild's 'On My Radio,' graced by such producers as BlackKeyz and Dru Castro, is his highly anticipated sophomore album under Atlantic Records. Soulful tracks such as 'Radio,' 'So Beautiful' and 'If You Leave' ft. Mary J. Blige has shown that Musiq Soulchild has come back to reclaim his genre, as only he can. Crafting ear-caressing tracks that blends old-school soul fervor with new-school hip-hop rhythms, Musiq has evolved with this album.
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  • Audio CD (December 9, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0019GAOKU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,992 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jason Arias on December 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
For most Musiq Lovers, "Radio" had to be the most confusing track of his career. With recent changes in R&B and Hip Hop in the industry you would wonder why he (A Neo Soul Artist) would even bother trying to appeal to a broader audience with that song. If anything we wanted to go BACK to where Musiq took us in 2000. And in this album Musiq defintely delivers!! If you were a fan of the "Luvanmusiq" album you will find this to be WAYY better. The only album filler in this song is "Radio" and musiq does us a favor by putting it in the end of the album! The tracks that will instantly smack you in the face is the in your face intro "Backagain" and the smooth, beautiful ballad "Until". The album continues with the "Teachme" followup "IFyouleave" featuring Mary J. Blige. A good touch on the musiq album but he does his thing on "Special" with the craziest chorus and production I've ever heard. "DearJohn" is the very heartfelt boy version of a girls Dear John letter. The song explains that Musiq finds it hard to leave so he leaves his letter because he doesnt want to see her cry. (Damn... made me cry). Then theres.. "Loveofmylife" WOW. This track's chorus and bridge will blow you away.. Reminds me of Soulstars "Whereareyougoing" another favorite of mine. "Moneyright" needs a video, it does have a John Legend Green Light feel to it, but with alot more heart. The rest of the album except for "radio" is simply beautiful. I recommend a few listens to "Sobeautiful" ending to the bridge to hear Musiq craziest vocal riff i heard in a few years. Wow I'm doing that every day now lol. My Instant Favs are...

1) Until (10/10)
2) Loveofmylife (9.5/10)
3) Backagain (9/10)
4) Special (9.5/10)
5) MoneyRight (9.5/10)
6) Sobeautiful (10/10)
7) DearJohn (9/10)

Damn 7 Favorites!! THIS ALBUM IS GREAT.
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Beyonce is flirting with pop/rock concoctions, John Legend has traded in the piano for a synthesizer, Common has left his brains for sex-drenched party jams, the heartbroken Kanye is confiding in auto-tune, and Brandy wants to be a bonafide pop princess. For better or worse, the stars of urban music are changing left and right in an attempt to salvage their careers, even when it's not necessary. But no matter what, I always knew I could turn to one man who continuously comes with quality R&B and does not break the formula that we know and love: Musiq Soulchild. That is, until he released the lame attempt at A-town crunk & B, "radio," earlier this year. It shook my world that this man could release something as simple and just plain trashy as that song. It was met with cold reception, and good riddance. Luckily, that is the only really drastic departure Musiq takes on this disc. The rest is just good ol' Musiq in his tried-and-true form. Onmyradio opens with the best track, the thumping and vindictive "backagain." His duet with Mary J. Blige, "ifuleave"--although quite reminiscent of "teachme," from his last album--is an excellent track. Musiq supplies us with many other superb ballads on this set that we've come to expect from him: "loveofmylife," "someone," and most importantly, the heart-felt "sobeautiful." "moneyright" is a cool electro-R&B mid-tempo, with a struggling protagonist who wants to buy the world for his woman, but can't. "iwannabe" is a reggae-tinged track with soulful and charismatic vocals, including a welcome cameo from Damian Marley. Quite honestly, "radio" is the only stinker here. Onmyradio, like Musiq's other releases, may not be the most daring album out there, but it is an undoubtedly quality R&B release that is quite refreshing will all this other radical change in the urban music industry.
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I've been listening to this guy since Just friends and i must say every album since has been kind of worse than the one that proceeded it. However Musiq with this one is back on his game. He produced a wonderful album and he showcases why he should have been on top of the R&B world before and why he should be now. Its got club jams, slow jams, and even a reggae tinged jam. This album is a killer, go get it.
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This album is so well thought out and composed that it will make you think Musiq has some type of hidden formula or secret touch everytime he makes an album. He consistently hits with a dance number to let us know he is back (b.u.d.d.y., just friends, forthenight, radio), an R&B classic (ifuleave, teachme, halfcrazy), an inspirational love song (dontchange, love, whoknows, someone) and he is thus far very successful and consistent and genius in his approach. This album proves just that, so I will give a song by song analysis and introduce my opinions on my first listen:

backagain-He sorta intro's himself here but he is really speaking to a woman, over what sounds like an old school curtis blow type beat while a piano slowly eases into the song. the chorus goes , "welcome back, welcome back girl..." catchy but not a fav.

until-The old sample of a female voice catches ur attention along with the nice beat that repeats and Musiq caresses this song with ease on how he will love his woman until...and the beat continues just the same.

ifuleave-The piano comes melodically while the strings follow effortlessly and Musiqs voice just pours into the song. Mary holds her own too and her voice seems to be more contoured and mature.

deserveumore-Classic Musiq delivery...The song starts off with a serious old school prom night slow dance vibe and the "ooo wee ooo" harmonies definitely make the magic happen here. Musiq's sped up vocal delivery is incredible as he comes in subtlely with the chorus. Awesome song!

special-Reminds you of his previous work and albums where he combines a womans' harmonies over him talk-sing-raps. Not a favorite. I wouldn't necessarily skip this one either.
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