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Album Review

Bobby Brown's follow-up to the groundbreaking Don't Be Cruel isn't as innovative or consistent as his previous album, but that doesn't mean it's without any charms. The singles "Humpin' Around," "Good Enough," and "Get Away" are strong and memorable, which makes any of pleasant filler forgivable, and the seamless production makes it all listenable.

Customer Reviews

This Is One Fun CD!

Hate if you like, but you can't deny that there's a lot of good dance music here. If you hate on a musican because they don't know how to behave, throw your Michael Jackson, R. Kelly and three-quarters of the rap community away. Consider the source, but don't miss the music.

One of the best....

I have to say that this is the best album from Bobby. I'm not saying that his other albums were bad. B. Brown is a great artist and I love all of his music. Pretty Little Girl, Lovin' You Down and Storm Away are classics.

The Beginning of the end

This was the highly anticipated follow up to Don't be Cruel. There are few high points such as, Two Can Play That Game and Something Uncommon. However, the smoking, drugs, and fast life were already starting to take a toll on someone who could have had a very long term career. Instead he took himself and one of the best singers, Whitney Houston down in flames.


Born: February 5, 1969 in Boston, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the brightest R&B stars of the late '80s and early '90s, Bobby Brown was the performer who popularized new jack swing, a blend of classic soul, synth-funk, and hip-hop rhythms that often featured rap breaks in between the conventionally melodic verses and choruses. Guy's Teddy Riley may have been new jack's greatest innovator, but Brown was its greatest hitmaker, crossing over to pop audiences with his blockbuster Don't Be Cruel album and thus making new jack swing the dominant trend in R&B...
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