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Special Occasion

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Download links and information about Special Occasion by Bobby Valentino. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:05:35 minutes.

Artist: Bobby Valentino
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:05:35
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro (featuring Bobby V.) 0:38
2. Anonymous (featuring Bobby V.) 4:43
3. Checkin' for Me (featuring Bobby V.) 4:07
4. Special Occasion Interlude (featuring Bobby V.) 1:59
5. Rearview (Ridin') (featuring Bobby V.) 3:46
6. If I Had My Way (featuring Bobby V.) 3:22
7. How 'Bout It (featuring Bobby V.) 3:48
8. Turn the Page (featuring Bobby V.) 4:22
9. Home Is Where You Belong (featuring Bobby V.) 5:14
10. Let Him Go (featuring Bobby V.) 4:44
11. Only Human (featuring Bobby V.) 4:33
12. Can't Wait 'Til Later (featuring Bobby V.) 4:57
13. I Was Wrong (featuring Bobby V.) 4:43
14. Soon As I Get Home (featuring Bobby V.) 5:28
15. Over & Over (featuring Bobby V.) 7:52
16. Right There (Thank You) (featuring Bobby V.) 1:19

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After releasing his debut solo album in the spring of 2005, Bobby V. released another solo album, Special Occasion, in the middle of 2007, a slice of modern urban R&B with enough confidence to credit it simply to his first name, Bobby (assuming that everybody would know who it was). The opening track, "Anonymous," featured the talents of Timberland, who appeared to pop up on just about every R&B album from the mid-2000s, but this set the scene for the whole album, which was a series of 16 songs with Bobby making love to the microphone over a sensual beat and even more sexual strings. Especially indicative of this was the title track, which was a live get together with Valentino and one of his female fans. It was just as well the song was only two minutes long for the erotica (and hero worship) was building nicely into a crescendo. Coming from very different worlds, one could be fairly sure that Bobby V. had not listened or deliberately copied the vocal style of Craig David, but in some of the vocals, there was more than a passing similarity, although he strayed into Stevie Wonder territory on the track "I Was Wrong."