19 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After releasing a series of mixtapes and signing to Cash Money, Atlanta R&B singer Jacquees is ready to break out. His debut studio album, 4275, is a reference to his boyhood home address. It showcases a voice that's suited for the pew, but its party-and-sex themes are strictly for the club and bedroom. Just listen to “Studio” to hear his buttery midrange hit Usher-strength levels of expressiveness. He's confident enough to hold his own alongside heavyweights like Chris Brown (“All My Life”) and Trey Songz (“Inside”). (On the latter, he sings with a rapper's cadence and stays firmly in the pocket.) And, as a bonus, new-school ATL meets old school as Jacquees gets down with late-'90s So So Def icons Jagged Edge on “Special.” This Bonus Version also includes "You."

EDITORS’ NOTES

After releasing a series of mixtapes and signing to Cash Money, Atlanta R&B singer Jacquees is ready to break out. His debut studio album, 4275, is a reference to his boyhood home address. It showcases a voice that's suited for the pew, but its party-and-sex themes are strictly for the club and bedroom. Just listen to “Studio” to hear his buttery midrange hit Usher-strength levels of expressiveness. He's confident enough to hold his own alongside heavyweights like Chris Brown (“All My Life”) and Trey Songz (“Inside”). (On the latter, he sings with a rapper's cadence and stays firmly in the pocket.) And, as a bonus, new-school ATL meets old school as Jacquees gets down with late-'90s So So Def icons Jagged Edge on “Special.” This Bonus Version also includes "You."

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