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Intuition (Bonus Track Version)

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Download links and information about Intuition (Bonus Track Version) by Jamie Foxx. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:13:17 minutes.

Artist: Jamie Foxx
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:13:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Just Like Me (feat. T.I.) 3:26
2. I Don't Need It 3:58
3. Number One (feat. Lil Wayne) 5:02
4. Digital Girl (feat. Kanye West & the-Dream) 4:47
5. Blame It (feat. T-Pain) 4:49
6. She Got Her Own (feat. Ne-Yo & Fabolous) 5:32
7. Intuition Interlude 1:46
8. I Don't Know 3:22
9. Weekend Lover 4:12
10. Why 4:52
11. Freak'in Me (feat. Marsha Ambrosius) 3:45
12. Slow 5:42
13. Rainman 3:54
14. Overdose 4:04
15. Love Brings Change 4:05
16. Cover Girl (feat. Lil' Kim) 3:56
17. Just Like Me (feat. T.I.) 3:48
18. Making of Just Like Me 2:17

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Successful in film, television, radio, and music, Jamie Foxx has the versatility and charisma of a modern-day Frank Sinatra. Foxx brings to Intuition, his third album, that effortless ability to play all sides at once. In the first three tracks, he moves from candy-coated pop (“Just Like Me”), to wildly tribal club beats (“I Don’t Need It”), then on to sneering hip-hop (“Number One”). With a strategy drawn from his acting experience, Foxx adapts to any given setting and makes us believe any role he’s in. He can play the cheated-on husband in “Just Like Me,” then turn around to embody the sultry adulterer in “Weekend Lover.” Through all of this shape-shifting Foxx’s voice is the constant. Sexy enough to be seductive, but gentle enough to be non-threatening, Foxx projects sincerity even when he’s emulating flavor-of-minute producers like T-Pain and The-Dream. Even at 41, Foxx can easily fit in with his junior competition, but he's most at home with a good slow jam. “Slow,” “Rainman,” and “Overdose” all reveal Foxx’s undying appreciation for Luther Vandross, Gerald Levert, and Keith Sweat, soul men from an earlier generation.