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Few entertainers have grown up as fast, or as publicly, as Ray J. When we first met him in 1997, he was Brandy’s adorable little brother on the wholesome TV show Moesha; ten years later, in 2007, his sex tape with Kim Kardashian brought him the massive fame he always wanted from his music. Finding a balance between one’s own personality and the public’s perception can be a precarious feat for a young pop star, but Ray J manages to pull it off on All I Need. “Like To Trick” and “Sexy Can I” bridge the flirtatious fancies of the teenage years with adult bedroom games. Rodney Jerkins helms a string of productions that deviate just enough from the cookie-cutter formulas of modern R&B; witness the merger of piano and organ on “Gifts,” and the Motown bassline that swings underneath waves of xylophone on “Girl From the Bronx.” And while his sex tape scandal will prevent Ray J from ever playing the teenybopper again, he hasn’t forgotten his old tricks: “Good Girl Gone Bad” is as candy sweet as anything a New Edition fan could hope for.

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It was all cute when he was a kid doing his thing. Now, all grown up, there has been no progression. This is all rubbish "R&B Pop", ice and women....Yawn. When will this industry learn that singing/rapping about how many houses you have, girls you get and bottles you have poppin is just embarrassing. Top off the fact that Ray's voice is nothing to get excited about and you have an album for the crates. Time to call up Kardashian! ;)

Welcome Back Ray J

Ray J hasent been really anywhere around the radio or just the music industry in general since One Wish. Finallly Sexy Can I became one of the most popular songs right now, and is currently one of my 08 favorites, and here is the newest album addition. I Like to Trick - rather strange production here and Ray J isnt exactly a great singer in this one, kind of a weak opening 2/5 Sexy Can I - if you havent heard this song by now, you really should because it is probably the albums finest. with some awesome production that has a sweet bouncy hip hop feel to it. yung berg fits along the song really really wellas Ray J has a great hook, and chorus line to bring it all together 5/5 Gifts - interesting production line here, but nothing much better then gifts and still another skipper 2/5 Girl from the Bronx - sweet production here, but it wont really turn into much, just more of a filler. 3/5 Jump Off - wow, awesome piano production for this one, i was hoping that the whole album wouldent be full of fillers, this might become a hit 4/5 Boyfriend - not a bad song here, nice lyrics by Ray J, and decent production, nothing major but still not too bad nonetheless 3/5 All I Feel - this song is another filler type, but not bad anyways, it wont be anything noticable but lyrics are smooth and production value is okay 3/5 It's Up to You - his voice is just plain annoying on here, its not a terrible track but man those lyrics cant be sung like that..decent production though 2.5/5 Where You At - I'm not much of a Game fan anymore, and i dont really think he belongs in any song with Ray J but thats just my opinion, its a decent song and i think DJ Quick produces the beat here. 3/5 Real N**** - Ahh, the greatness of styles P, i'm liking this one, and i know it probably wont be a big hit, but this would be a step above the rest of the others so far. 4/5 Good Girl Gone Bad - if you listen to the preview, you can here this strange giggle thingy in the backround, and im not gunna lie, its just plain creepy. wonder where he got the title? 2.5/5 Good Times - Bonus track that offers some sweet production but as far as lyrics go it is not that amazing, it could get some radio play, but i doubt it. 3.5/5 man, that was a disappointment to the max, yeah sure Sexy Can I will probably be around for some time but i doubt any of his other songs on this album will become anything big, after all these years i expected more Ray J. The 4 stars was for Sexy Can I, because i love that song.

Ray J-All I Feel

Ray J brings his fourth album, All I Feel that is his second album to feature explicit content. After the success of "One Wish" but a lack of backup singles, Ray J hopes to prove himself on album four. I Like To Trick: The light and simple production is pretty mediocre and not too engaging, but it isn't bad. Ray J's cliched and raunchy lyrics are really dull, especially since he seems to copy T-Pain's vocoder like everyone else, but also the "A" from The-Dream. In fact he sounds very much like The-Dream, just not as polished. 2/5 Sexy Can I: The smooth and party worthy single that brought hype for the album. The single has been tearing up charts, as Yung Berg lays down some bars with Ray's smooth singing. The track is a fun and light party cut that is most likely the best track on the album. 4/5 Gifts: Decent production that is organ and piano filled, the hook was only average. Vocoder is back with Ray harmonizing on the hook and once again speaking on strippers and typical braggadacio to get the ladies. Decent. 2.5/5 Girl From The Bronx: I liked this track here, Ray has a little storytelling on this one. The hook isn't bad and the background vocals are soothing for Ray's story. The track is a little outrageous, slightly similar to R. Kelly's Trapped In The Closet, it isn't bad though. 3/5 Jump Off: Finally a ballad, that features some solid piano laced production with fitting bass pumps. Its a less explosive "Ice Box", but is still one of the better tracks on the album. The singing and harmonizing from Ray, show that he does have talent, it shines here. 4/5 Boyfriend: The production was decent and the track sounds okay, but its the content that is dull. Ray goes back into the whole creeping with a girl and then bragging on the hook, asking "Is that your wife, is that your shawty? so that's your wife, well I'm her boyfriend". Decent track. 3/5 All I Feel: This is what I'm talking about, Ray delivers a good track here. The beat is filled with high hats and piano keys, with interjecting synths, but it works beautifully. His singing on this is actually better than "Jump Off" and its a real personal track, which is what makes it so engaging and touching. Great track here for Ray. 4.5/5 It's Up To You: First and foremost, the hook is horrid. "It's up to yoooooouuuuu" is the hook and the way he says it, just sounds to irritating. I have no idea who made that decision, but the lyrics aren't bad. The production is nice and mellow, but the hook with decent singing only lead to a mediocre track. 3/5 Where You At: Here is Ray's attempt at being hood and shedding his image of a pretty boy. DJ Quik delivers paper counting machine sounds in the background with an eerie line that goes with some pumping bass. The Game delivers his street swagger and west coast stories of slanging, but Ray sounds way out of his zone. I just can't take him seriously as a gangster and tough guy, it doesn't match him and Game obviously outshines him here. 2.5/5 Real N***a: Booming bass and light twinkling keys make for a cruising track. Styles P delivers a solid verse, but the track just isn't as engaging and catchy as you would like. As Ray repeats "Real n***a", it isn't catchy like it is intended. The track is smooth and decent, but it is missing that extra something to make it good. 3/5 Good Girl Gone Bad: The production here simple and nice. Its light and relaxing, Ray sings smoothly and its really a nice ender for the album. Ray finishes it nicely with a good hook and lyrics, a decent appearance by Shorty Mack. 3.5/5 Good Times: This track should have made the album. The uptempo and high paced feel of the track would have been a nice change of pace in the album. Shorty Mack drops by and assists Ray J with this feel good jam. 3.5/5 Ray J's fourth album, All I Feel is a decent one. The productions aren't bad, most of them being mellow bumpers that run throughout, with the occasional ballad. "Jump Off" the album's true ballad, features some strong production from Darkchild, its a less explosive "Ice Box" but is nonetheless good. "Sexy Can I" is a hot club banger that is light and smooth, with Yung Berg assisting, "All I Feel" shows some true emotion from Ray that is nice to see, and "Good Girl Gone Bad" is a smooth ender to the album. Subject wise its limited, because many of the tracks end up speaking on strippers, b****es and h**s, as well as the player swag along with that. Forced attempts at being street and shedding his pretty boy image are "Where You At" and "Real N***a", both featuring hardcore rappers, one from the west coast (The Game) and another from the east (Styles P), the latter ends up fairing better, but both tracks show the rappers outshining Ray. "It's Up To You" featured an annoying hook, "I Like To Trick" was bland and cliched club lyrics, "Girl From The Bronx" was a decent cut, "Gifts" was another cliched and dull track about getting with ladies in birthday suits, and "Boyfriend" was a brag filled joint. The biggest problem remains Ray J's identity as an artist, his attempts at street cred and player status, would be better suited for the more street bred singers, he should go Lloyd's route and use his charm. Its always been that way for Ray J, his association with Brandy is always gonna be there and I think he would have more success making more ballads and using the charm with his singing, especially since the majority of the tracks have dullness and no true emotion or catchiness. Rating 6.5 out of 10


Born: January 17, 1981 in McComb, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Arriving on the heels of big sister Brandy, R&B vocalist and songwriter Ray J parlayed his success on television into a music career at the age of 14. Born William Ray Norwood, Jr. in McComb, Mississippi, he moved with his family to Carson, California when he was a toddler, landing him in the center of the entertainment industry. He started auditioning for commercials at age eight and had scored several gigs when he caught the eye of comedian Sinbad, who was casting children for The Sinbad Show....
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