B.o.B Working on Second Album

B.o.B Working on Second Album

The eclectic rapper is said to be taking more chances on his next release.

Published May 17, 2011

Rapper B.o.B is currently in the studio cutting tracks for his upcoming album, which is due out later this year. The Atlantic Records artist responsible for the hits "Nothin' on You" and "Airplanes" has recorded a song with producer Jim Jonsin titled "Rule the World," which the producer told rap-up.com had a reggae feel to it.


Jonsin told the site that he's already recorded four songs with B.o.B and said that "Rule the World" was a possible single. "One record has like a reggae vibe to it, hip hop with some reggae. It’s pretty big," he said. Jonsin also said that he wants to do about three or four more songs with the hip hop star. He adds, "He’s kinda figuring out the direction and I’m hoping to close out with him..."


Jonsin shared other insight into the album, predicting that it would be incredible. "I don’t think he’s doing as many features. I think most of his singles will be him and he just wants the fans to hear a lot more of him on this album."

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Written by Kim Osorio


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