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Album Review

A collection of tracks from Lil' Romeo's Nickelodeon television series, Romeo! is an unambitious but satisfying release that benefits from some of the slickest productions from the house of No Limit. While his father — Master P — diminishes his impact with too many high profile, ambitious, but ultimately empty releases, Romeo and his handlers always give the people — teen people in this case — what they want while slowly developing the artist. The infectious "Romeo! Show Theme," "I Like That," and "Party" are simple, inspired, and safe tracks pumped-up by Romeo's enthusiasm and charm. On the other hand, the loopy "Dime Pieces" and the old-school, jump-rope jam "Don't Play Games" display more of desire to try something different and keep the collection from feeling like a quick buck cash-in. The closing "Soldiers" isn't the usual boasting about No Limit Soldiers but a patriotic tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Army that's heartfelt and sweet with getting sugary. Although the album is short — clocking in under forty-minutes — everything is edited together tightly, creating a whirlwind of teen swagger and pleasing beats, most of the latter supplied by the very busy Myke Diesel and No Limit up-and-comer Drumma Boy who has a love for tight loops with lush strings. Drumma's big score is "On My Way" but just like his nearly as good "Ride," it's a horribly short number that will hopefully show up again stretched-out (Romeoland's "Bobblehead" shows up again here slightly edited, so anything's possible). Although Romeo! may just be placeholder product, it surprises in places, pleases the whole way through, and shows more growth for No Limit's talented little soldier.

Customer Reviews


Romeo just came 2 my skool 4 a bball tournament n he wuz real nice n let me hav a pic wit him. so dont b dissin on him cuz hez cool.

Good CD

it is about time that the romeo show comes out with the cd i have been waiting for a long time and it is finnily out :D

supa not fly

wassup wit this crap any1 dumb enuf to spend a dolla for one of these songs wen they cud just flip on NICKOLODEON to watch his gay show (note its on NICKOLODEON, not MTV, BET, etc...not even disney) shud be thrown in an asylum id rather go out and buy hillary duff's album than listen to a song called bobble head...who names a song bobble head


Born: August 19, 1989 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The son of hardcore Southern rap mogul Master P, Romeo enjoyed a number one R&B/rap hit with his debut single, "My Baby," released in 2001, when the rapper (then known as Lil' Romeo) was only 11 years old. "My Baby" came close to topping Billboard's all-inclusive Hot 100 chart, where it peaked at number three. Along with Lil' Bow Wow, who was also enjoying remarkable debut success as the time, Romeo proved that a sizable market existed for clean-cut preteen rappers with cute looks and PG-rated rhymes....
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