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Written by Bijan in Music | 15th June 2018
R&B’s next up, Jacquees comes through with 4275 Album and its far better than we anticipated
The long wait is finally over for Jacquees fans, as the Atlanta artist releases his first studio album. The project features only the best from its genre; including Trey Songz and Chris Brown; along with R&B veterans, Donell Jones, Jermain Dupri and Jagged Edge.
We featured 4275 among our Top upcoming Hip Hop and R&B albums of 2018 and rightfully so. The track list alone proves to reap quality through its veins; and by boating a fruitful 18 songs , it isn’t going to get old – even with the record on repeat.
Listen to 4275
For those craving for a new R&B album, 4275 undoubtedly exceeds all elements of its genre; from Quee’s free-flowing vocals to a track-list with full of meaning, the emerging artist has certainly introduced himself in flying fashion.
While there have been some terrific involvement from big names, including 23 being produced by Donell Jones, the album unfortunately doesn’t feature the Gemini artist – something which we were looking forward. However, the respective track definitely inherits the legends finest work; giving the diluting genre of R&B a sense of nostalgia and perhaps direction for the future generation.
Our favorite track has to be All My Life featuring C Breezy, which reflects similarities of Brown’s recent work in Heartbreak on A Full Moon, with slick track, Sensei. Not only that, but Jacquees and Chris Brown are expected to release their collaborative project this year or the next – one to look forward to for sure.
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Terrible review!….Quee can do so much better, we already know that, but all you can do is pander to the worst track on the tape!? Trey an CB do nothing but take away from Quee’s power. Dupri and Birdman couldnt shut up long enough for a good track to get great. An what happened to Nash B lacing the beats? This album falls a little flat after two mixtape masterpieces.
I think your mistaking my opinion for a terrible review here. While the track with CB is one of my favourites, I have swayed towards 23 and Play the Field, as these tracks reflect that nostalgic R&B sound. Considering it was Quee’s first studio album he did pretty well from an overall perspective.