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Album Review

As indicated in "Everyday" — in which the haters are told to "read the credits" — Bad Boy veterans 112 have gone through their share of ups and downs, from lack of respect to in-fighting to label difficulties. Though Hot & Wet is technically billed as a split release between Bad Boy and Def Soul, the album marks the group's departure from its former label. While the setting has changed (despite P. Diddy remaining on board long enough to serve as executive producer), the results are the same: the group's fourth album offers the same mixed bag of strong singles and inconsistent album cuts that fans have grown accustomed to since the 1996 debut. Appearances from T.I., Ludacris, and Chingy make the group's embrace of the South evident, and "Na Na Na Na" is a successful dancehall/R&B mishmash featuring Super Cat. There is a lot of slow-tempo material and whoever was responsible for the sequencing of the tracks likely realized this — why else would the upbeat remix of "Hot & Wet" be thrown into the middle of the album, rather than the end, the spot where most bonus tracks are placed?

Customer Reviews

112 is talented

112 has all the great qualities someone needs to make a great cd. They balace slow ballads with club joints. They all can sing and the lyrics are powerful. The best songs are all my love, hot and wet, unbelievable, it's going down tonight, and na na na na. 112 is by far the best r and b group out there.


Q, Mike, Slim, Daron Hot & Wet is my second favorite out of the the five albums..this was 112's fourth release, for me it was a longtime coming but it was definitely worth the wait. What can I say?? This album is a mixture of ballads/uptempo songs...Hot & Wet can set two different moods: it can get you ready 2 hit the club or prepare u 4 the romantic evening @ home.. Whatever mood your in... DA Twelve has you covered

I Only Rated 2 Stars Because...

I'm sorry... I just had to lower the average rating of this album because a unsuspecting individual might assume that this album is one of the better 112 albums and simply put, it's not. Not even close. In fact, I'd say this album is at the bottom of the list. However, on the plus side, 112 is actually the good of the bad and ugly trend in contemporary R&B music. And their worst easily ranks as some of the best music in the genre. With that said, however I would definitely recommend starting from the beginning of their career as their self-titled debut album and their sophmore effort Room 112 (my personal fave) are longlasting additions to anyone's collection of bonafide love music.


Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Equally rooted in gospel, soul, and hip-hop, 112 were the first and most successful urban vocal group to emerge from Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy Records roster. Not only was the group's eponymous 1996 debut popular, but the group could be heard on records by such Bad Boy artists as Mase and the Notorious B.I.G. Unlike most artists on Bad Boy, 112's image was clean, pure, and wholesome (initially, at least), which helped the group cross over to a more mainstream audience. The four members of 112 --...
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