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B.o.B. At Work On Sophomore Album With Mentor Jim Jonsin, With Few Features
posted Wednesday May 18, 2011 at 06:41AM PDT | 7 comments
With Bruno Mars, and voices from Weezer and Paramore on Bobby Ray's first three '10 singles, album #2 may have more solo identity.
Atlantic Records star B.o.B. struck a gold album in 2010's Adventures of Bobby Ray. The Decatur, Georgia emcee/singer is already at work on his sophomore effort.
At work with B.o.B.'s mentor and founder of Rebel Rock Music, Florida's Jim Jonsin, the Florida producer provided details of the studio sessions to RapUp.com. Among other tidbits of information Jonsin provided, he noted that while B.o.B. found success on his debut with singles assisted by Bruno Mars, Hayley Williams and Rivers Cuomo, this go-round may be different. “I don’t think he’s doing as many features. I think most of his singles will be him and he just wants the fans to hear a lot more of him on this album. It’s gonna be incredible.”
There is no word yet on B.o.B.'s sophomore album's title or release date. To read more about the album's sound, visit RapUp.com.