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Fly On the Wall

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Download links and information about Fly On the Wall by Bobby V.. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:06:58 minutes.

Artist: Bobby V.
Release date: 2011
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:06:58
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Fly On the Wall Intro 2:30
2. Are You the Right One 4:02
3. Words 3:50
4. If I Can't Have You 5:04
5. Sweetness 3:55
6. Would You Be 4:50
7. Rock Wit'cha 4:18
8. Hang On 4:05
9. Fly On the Wall (Interlude) 1:16
10. Altered Ego (feat. 50 Cent) 2:53
11. L.O.V.E. 4:33
12. Hummin (feat. Lloyd Banks) 3:51
13. Outfit (feat. CyHi da Prynce) 3:21
14. Grab Somebody (feat. Twista) 3:45
15. Phone # (feat. Plies) (featuring Plies) 3:44
16. Last Call for Love 3:28
17. Heaven (My Angel), Pt. 2 5:44
18. Thank You 1:49

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Now on his fourth album, Bobby V is evidently walking a path similar to that of Avant, Joe, and Ginuwine — R&B artists who aren’t Usher-level crossover superstars but release decent, commercially successful albums every couple years. As is the case with his slightly older contemporaries, Bobby V doesn't change up his sound so much as he refines it. On Fly on the Wall, he works extensively once more with Tim & Bob, as well as past associates Carlos "LOS da Mystro" McKinney and Bryan-Michael Cox, along with the Pentagon (an Underdogs offshoot), Jazze Pha, and a handful of other collaborators. As usual, there is a high percentage of ballads made for the sake of seduction, including a passable cover of Bobby Brown's "Rock Wit'cha," complemented with a few tougher tracks that are closer to the likes of "Beep." There are no shocks here, though "L.O.V.E." — a definite highlight — is surprisingly spangly for a Tim & Bob production. At 67 minutes, the album carries a fair amount of clutter, but it's still one of Bobby's best.