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Underground Luxury [Explicit]

December 17, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 16, 2013
  • Release Date: December 17, 2013
  • Label: Rebel Rock/Grand Hustle/Atlantic
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  • Total Length: 57:25
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00GUDK5QK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,245 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I can't say I was surprised to hear that this album was only going to sell between 35k & 40k in the first week. (To put it into perspective, Eminem did almost 800,000 in his first week). With bad singles, and terrible promotion, there was almost no hype around this album whatsoever. Though I was in the same boat as pretty much everyone else thinking this album would be a dud, I decided to give it a shot anyways. I wasn't disappointed, but I wasn't super impressed ether.
I've been a big fan of B.o.B. ever since The Adventures of Bobby Ray. In fact, Bet I, Airplanes Part 2, Arena, and Play The Guitar are all in my top 25 most listened to songs on iTunes (Arena being #1). But as the singles slowly started to pour in, I wasn't in the least bit impressed. We still in this B**** was the first single from the album, which was also from his mixtape "F*** Em, We Ball", and even in the mixtape, I wasn't impressed with it. The Mike Will Made It beat was downright awful as B.o.B single-handedly carries the song to what it is now. T.I. and Juicy J are okay, but the production was sub-par to say the least.
Headband was the lead single from the album, and I see why it was released as a single, as it had more radio potential than a lot of other songs on the album, but again, the song was underwhelming to say the least. The worst parts about the song is the fact that this is a DJ Mustard beat, that is where rappers go to die in the depths of mediocrity, and it only furthers the stereotype that all rap music is about money, drugs, and women. The 2 Chainz feature was exactly what you would think it would be as Mr. Chainz does the exact same thing as he does on every song he's ever been on. Ready was the third single from the album.
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i must say this is way different from what i expected from b.o.b. he went HAM!!! on this whole album. people think that b.o.b is a pop artist and i believe thats why he made a hardcore album as this to show every hater that he's not a softcore artist. i'm noticing alot of reviewers not liking the album to well i feel they misunderstood the approach. i like the album alot it shows a more aggressive approach from him. it has a couple of tracks that take you back down memory lane to his rapping style of his first album. i'd definitely recommend this to any first time listener of b.o.b give the album a chance! it's pretty dope!!
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Being a fan of his last two albums, I purchased this album without previewing and was very let down. Granted there are a couple of really good songs on this album, but the majority of the album is something that I never care to hear again. The lyrics are all about money, sex, and drugs; there is no depth in the majority of the songs and even the musicality fell a little flat compared to what I have come to expect from this artist. I was even so offended by some of the songs that I turned them off halfway through.

Considering my respect for his previous two albums, I kept trying to look for deeper meaning in the music, but it was just too disjointed for me to be able to come up with anything. This purchase has scared me enough that in the future I will research anything he releases prior to obtaining it. I feel a little ripped off. I would advise doing some research prior to purchasing.
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I must admit to not actually loving Bobby's past two studio albums, and yet I've happily bought both of them as well as this one without even listening to a single track. Sound pretty dumb come to think of it--but it's my way of supporting/saying thank you for his numerous mixtapes which he releases for free and are just as high production quality as his studio albums with the added benefit of stronger music as well. And to be honest, I feel about the same about this album as the past two studio ventures--decent yet not that exciting and certainly not as powerful as some of his mixtapes.

I really do hate to be that person who goes on about the mixtapes and disses the studio albums, and yet I've always felt the more experimental and real side of Bobby is lacking on his studio efforts. That's not to say this album is bad though. Bobby writes catchy rap music that relies on his wide range of experience with rock and pop to create very current and unique music. He can rap, sing, write, play multiple instruments and is simply much more a musician and artist than almost all other mainstream rappers.

Bobby has always been able to pick collaborators that compliment him well, and this album is no exception. The always welcome Ester Dean appears on "Wide Open", but it's the addition of another favorite of mine, Priscilla Renea, on "John Doe" that is really standout. Priscilla is a great match up for Bobby as she also is another very talented musician who dabbles in hip hop and R&B from time to time, yet can sing over anything from rock to adult contemporary pop. "Cranberry Moonwalk" with Mike Fresh is also another great collaboration.
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