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Black Radio 2

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Baby Tonight
4:24
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I Stand Alone featuring Common and Patrick Stump
4:54
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What Are We Doing featuring Brandy
3:35
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Calls featuring Jill Scott
5:42
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Worries featuring Dwele
3:37
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Trust featuring Marsha Ambrosius
7:30
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Yet To Find featuring Anthony Hamilton
4:41
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You Own Me featuring Faith Evans
4:26
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Let It Ride featuring Norah Jones
7:08
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Persevere featuring Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco and Luke James
4:36
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Somebody Else featuring Emeli Sandé
3:44
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Jesus Children featuring Lalah Hathaway and Malcolm-Jamal Warner
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 59:47

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Fantastic!

jazzylindsay

Beats, collaboration with other gifted musicians--bridging beautifully hip hop and jazz. Astonishing AGAIN! Thank you!

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epgaff

Black Radio 1: Amazing. Black Radio 2 is very hit or miss. Tracks 1-5 are great, esp, Jill Scott. But he really went into lite jazz mode in the middle of the album, and tracks 6, 7 and 8 are cringe inducing. Norah Jones saves Track 9, but the drum and bass beats sound like LTJ Bukem from 10 years ago. The album comes back to life with Snoop Dogg, but enters the danger zone again with Lalah Hathaway. Too many artists of this ilk buckle under the pressure to be profound (Me'shell comes to mind). Save the lite jazz for the elevators and the sermons for the church!

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Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeexcellent!!

RaiderJack

Black Radio 1 was MOST impressive with a stunning array of top-notch talent interpreting fresh, creative, music......Black Radio 2 PEES!!! New and equally stunning array of talent with equally fresh music. Very, VERY, nice!!! Thanks EMusic!!!!

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