He’s not a rapper; he’s a rock star. His career can’t be defined by a genre. These premises dominate Bobby Ray’s mixtape, a follow-up to the first one of the same name. But there are many conventional 16-16-16 songs on this project and thumping hip-hop drum kits. Lucky for you, he’s released it on datpiff for you to listen to it for Free 99. Listen after the jump.
B.O.B. confront some important questions on “Many Rivers,” driven by the classic Jimmy Cliff chorus in his song of the same name. In a way, No Genre Pt. 2 signifies a return to his roots as an artist, someone who’s emphasizing awareness of social conditions while declaring personal freedom from them. It’s the same moral barometer that helps him to sign million-dollar deals and still give us civic-minded messages. Check out the premiere on Revolt TV after the jump.
The kind of song you can rehash for the summer…every summer. B.O.B. and Sevyn Streeter get to play the implied couple by nestling into the rapper-hollers-at-singer format. For his No Genre Pt. 2 Bobby Ray needs to try on these rangy sounds for the idea to come through and it does here. Track after the jump.
B.o.B gives us the visual for his “Headband” collabo with Tity Boi. Underground Luxury drops later this year.
Before the interview takes place, B.o.B.’s team talks about how they’re not feeling the lack of support for B.o.B. as of late. When they get that all squared away, the interview goes pretty good. Read More
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