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Album Review

Fueled by raging hormones and a whole lot of alcohol — enough, in fact, to make him forget his own name (he said it) — Young Rome's solo debut is a rather defiant move and a striking attempt to leave his kid-pop past in the dust. The endless succession of lewd and cocky rhymes occasionally comes across as desperate. It's not that he doesn't sell it well. He does make the transition from youngster to player a lot smoother than many other artists who have developed similarly. Marques Houston co-writes and co-produces first single "After Party" and ought to take himself to court for fleecing "Pop That Booty."

Biography

Born: October 25, 1981

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Just as Immature eventually morphed into IMx, Jerome "Romeo" Jones officially became Young Rome, and set to securing a piece of pop-rap real estate. In spring 2004, coming off a supporting role in the B2K dance vehicle You Got Served, Rome dropped the single "After Party," which featured an introduction from his B2K pal Omarion. "Welcome to my after party/Hope that you're feeling naughty" -- with its chattering beats and blatant sentiment, the cut was hedonistic fluff in a direct line from...
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Food for Thought, Young Rome
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, R&B/Soul
  • Released: Jun 22, 2004
  • Parental Advisory

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