13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In contrast to the fireworks on display in his reality show Love and Hip-Hop: Hollywood, the fourth album by erstwhile B2K member Omarion is a testament to the seductive powers of restraint. The record's lone clubworthy cut notwithstanding (that'd be "Post to Be," produced by DJ Mustard), this Sex Playlist is all steamy innuendos and rumpled sheets. Rick Ross, whose Maybach Music Group released it, drops a verse on "Bo$$," but that's the sole rap cameo. "Work" is sinisterly sexual, lurking exclusively in the low end, while "Don't Leave," produced by Tank, thumps with urgent desperation as Omarion pleads with a spurned lover. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

In contrast to the fireworks on display in his reality show Love and Hip-Hop: Hollywood, the fourth album by erstwhile B2K member Omarion is a testament to the seductive powers of restraint. The record's lone clubworthy cut notwithstanding (that'd be "Post to Be," produced by DJ Mustard), this Sex Playlist is all steamy innuendos and rumpled sheets. Rick Ross, whose Maybach Music Group released it, drops a verse on "Bo$$," but that's the sole rap cameo. "Work" is sinisterly sexual, lurking exclusively in the low end, while "Don't Leave," produced by Tank, thumps with urgent desperation as Omarion pleads with a spurned lover. 

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