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Jeremih All About You Album Review


1. All About You – A mid tempo intro that starts the pace of the album. This track also insinuates that its completely about the lady listeners. 4.5 out of 5 rating

2. X’s and O’s – This will be one of the songs that gets stuck in your head because its just that dam catchy. (In my opinion)I can see myself grooving to this in the crib. 5 out of 5 rating

3. Down On Me (feat. 50 Cent) – My third favorite song of the album. Im usually not a fan of 50 but he held his on on this mid tempo track. but the bridge is mos def the best part of the song. A track that will be on repeat for awhile 5 out of 5 rating

4. Take Off – I gotta give it to whoever did the arrangement on this beat. That violin in the beginning is a automatic attention grabber. The concept is Jeremih been doing wrong an he needs to leave for awhile to sort things out. I can easily relate to this song. 4.5 out of 5 rating

5. I Like (feat. Ludacris) – The first single for this album. although it reminds me of birthday sex it shows that his vocals have improved some.The beat is what really grabs my attention. Plus it's a easy add to a late night playlist. 4.0 out of 5 rating

6. Waiter (The 5 Senses) – Jeremih kills this track hands down. this one of set the mood tracks. The 5 senses is dope also. This will probably be the ladies fave easily. 5 out of 5 rating

7. Broken Down – This song is the easiest for me to relate to. He basically saying this is what I do for you and I want more attention from you. 5 out of 5 rating

8. Holding On – This should of been the lead single for this project. the words alone speak mad volume and then the semi eerie beat behind it seals the deal on this song. 5 out of 5 rating

9. Wanna Get Up – This is where I guess jeremih wanted to try something different. #KanyeShrug skip 1 out of 5 rating

10. Sleepers – This song is ok. sounds like a blend of two songs on the album. but the beat goes with the title because it sounds like a nursery rhyme. 2.5 out of 5 rating

11. Love Don’t Change – This is a good way to close a album. #Fistpump the concept of this track is how love changes and how you don't want it to. (the last track of the album if you dont have the deluxe edition) 5 out of 5 rating

12. We Like To Party - Now this up tempo is a smash with me. I could see myself jamming to this in the dance studio or club. The title is self explanatory for this one. 5 out of 5 rating

13. Love All Night - Another self explanatory track. Another song to add to your late night playlist. another smash mid tempo for me. 5 out of 5 rating

I give the album as a whole a 4.5 out of 5 rating. It would of been 5 if it wasn't for my ears having to listen to Wanna Get Up. Go support this album on itunes, FYE or music store. You can also buy it below by clicking the image or link.

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