Wednesday, October 26, 2011

"Bad Boys Ain't No Good, Good Boys Ain't No Fun"

Even with all the new material @drake has put out lately, the majority of it hasn't taken on the serious conversational tone like he did on @maryjblige's new single Mr. Wrong. When I say serious conversational tone, Paris Morton Music or Karaoke come to mind. The songs that he mixes in a little R&B harmony and kicks a thoughtful verse are where he's able to differentiate himself from the rest of the less talented R&B artists who can't rap and the rappers who can't sing.

I know what you're thinking, what about Marvin's Room and Club Paradise? To an extent they're worthy of comparison and maybe it's wishful thinking on my part that the other half of Take Care will be filled with tracks that share that tone. It isn't much of a stretch to assume his track with Stevie Wonder will at the very least be a ballad, but at best all I can do is speculate. All I know it's I'm pretty pumped that there are still up to ten tracks that I still haven't heard out of the 18 that are slated to be on the album.

Enough about Drizzy though, what you need to know is that Mary J is dropping her 10th studio album on November 21st. It is set to be titled My Life II...The Journey Continues (Act II) and will feature multiple tracks produced by @iamjimjonsin and one by @ONLY1DARKCHILD. If you weren't listening closely, the twinkling synthesizers on Mr. Wrong were a dead give away that Jim Jonsin did the beat. Shouts out to @iamricolove, who never gets the credit he deserves for all the production/writing credits he churns out.

Mary J Blige feat Drake - Mr. Wrong (prod by Jim Jonsin & Rico Love)


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