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Intuition

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01
Just Like Me
Artist: Jamie Foxx featuring T.I.
3:26
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02
I Don't Need It
3:58
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03
Number One
Artist: Jamie Foxx featuring Lil Wayne
5:02
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04
Digital Girl
Artist: Jamie Foxx featuring Kanye West & The-Dream
4:44
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05
Blame It
Artist: Jamie Foxx feat. T-Pain
4:50
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06
She Got Her Own
Artist: Jamie Foxx featuring Ne-Yo & Fabolous
5:33  
07
Intuition Interlude
1:46
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I Don't Know
3:22
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Weekend Lover
4:13
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Why
4:53
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Freak'in Me
Artist: Jamie Foxx featuring Marsha Ambrosius
3:46
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Slow
5:42
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Rainman
3:55
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Overdose
4:05
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15
Love Brings Change
4:06
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 63:21

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Intuition solidifies Jamie's rep

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I know people don't really take Jamie as a serious artist, even though he's had standout debut album, but on his latest he kills it and immortalizes himself as a soulful crooner... Freakin has to be the sexiest collabo of the year. Slow captures the essence of Jamie's vocal talents, as does Rainman. Overdose may be one of the best songs of this decade! On a personal note, my nephew is Autistic. He loves music because I always play it around him and he was drawn to my Zune, so I got him a mp3 player. As young baby, I would lay him on my chest and let him hear my Zune and this album had just gotten into rotation on my playlist, so he grew extremely fond of it. Now Jaime is equivalent to Michael as far as he is concerned... way to go Jamie.

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Intuition is as star-studded as Unpredictable, its collection of collaborators and producers — including Lil Wayne, T.I., the-Dream, T-Pain, and Ne-Yo — making it appear more like a release from a singer in his twenties rather than early forties. That’s the way most of the album plays out, with a pronounced slant toward upbeat material made for the clubs: bumping beats and Auto-Tune, shorties and Patrón, the works. Since Foxx is a chameleon, he can work the angle without sounding out of place or hopelessly desperate for a big pop hit, yet the effect of the material tends to be fleeting, with punch lines like “I don’t rain, girl, I hurricane” and “Let me introduce you to my Grammy family, like Uncle Oscar, Aunt Emmy” far more memorable than the beats. As on Unpredictable, the relatively relaxed and humble songs, from midtempo cuts to ballads, shine brighter. The bittersweet “I Don’t Know” tastefully and movingly references Marvin Gaye’s “I Want You” within a stripped-down arrangement anchored by kick drums and panning breaths. “Freak’in Me,” where Floetry’s Marsha Ambrosius provides the album’s most valuable guest appearance, should be a late-night radio staple. If not quite as enjoyable as Unpredictable, Foxx’s ability and personality make it easy to ride out the sags. – Andy Kellman

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