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The Charm

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Download links and information about The Charm by Bubba Sparxxx. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Country, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:56 minutes.

Artist: Bubba Sparxxx
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Country, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:56
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Represent (Edited Version) 3:36
2. Heat It Up (Edited Version) 3:44
3. Claremont Lounge (Edited Album Version) (feat. Killer Mike and Coool Breeze) (featuring Killer Mike, Cool Breeze) 4:08
4. As the Rim Spins 2:59
5. That Man (Edited Version) (feat. Sleepy Brown and Duddy Ken) (featuring Sleepy Brown) 3:53
6. The Otherside (Edited Version) (feat. Petey Pablo and Sleepy Brown) (featuring Sleepy Brown, Petey Pablo) 3:57
7. Ain't Life Grand (Edited Version) (feat. Scar) (featuring Scar) 4:47
8. Run Away (featuring Frankie J) 4:00
9. Wonderful 3:43
10. Ms. New Booty (Edited Version) (Radio Edit) (feat. Ying Yang Twins and Mr. ColliPark) (featuring Ying Yang Twins, Mr Collipark) 4:40
11. Hey! (A Lil Gratitude) (Edited Version) 3:59
12. Gotta Good Girl (Edited Version) 3:30

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Southern rapper Bubba Sparxxx must have taken the non-response to his 2003 album, the introspective Deliverance, to heart. He's moved out of the Timbaland camp — although the producer does make an appearance on the infectious "Hey!" — and into Big Boi's Purple Ribbon crew for his third release, the well-rounded, just-short-of-excellent Charm. Club bangers like the catchy "Ms. New Booty" with Ying Yang Twins are plentiful and there's a great amount of flash and polish, all wrapped up in a tight package with one major exception. After a steady stream of driven numbers that justify this chart-hungrier style for Bubba, the too-sweet, too-sugary "Run Away" sounds American Idol clean as it begs to get a taste of the mainstream. Making up for this is the bouncy and bright "Wonderful," the tense "Otherside" with Petey Pablo, and the low-riding "Claremont Lounge," which brings to mind the great Deliverance with its deep Organized Noize-provided beat. Deliverance is still his great album, but it didn't work so well on the weekend. The Charm, on the other hand, does as it good-times Bubba back into the collective consciousness.