Just Me (Bonus Track Version)
Download links and information about Just Me (Bonus Track Version) by Keith Sweat. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:09 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|1.||Somebody (feat. Chris "F.L.O." Conner")||4:01|
|3.||Girl of My Dreams||4:15|
|5.||Butterscotch (feat. Athena Cage)||4:19|
|6.||Me and My Girl||4:08|
|7.||Suga Suga Suga (feat. Paisley Bettis)||4:00|
|8.||Never Had a Lover||3:41|
|9.||Love You Better (feat. Keyshia Cole)||4:36|
|10.||Just Wanna Sex You||3:21|
|11.||What's a Man to Do||3:38|
|13.||Some More (feat. Akon) [Bonus Track]||3:57|
On his last studio album, 2002’s Rebirth, Keith Sweat made several failed attempts to keep up with his younger competition by shifting towards more hip-hop-influenced productions. With Just Me he has thankfully returned to doing what he does best. As Sweat stated at that time of the album’s release, “I remember that I have a fan base and I'm very careful to give the people what they expect from me." Celebrating an astonishing 20 years in the R&B game, Sweat’s latest strikes an easy balance between his classic sound and subtle renovations that make it relevant to 2008. “The Floor” reunites Sweat with Teddy Riley, the producer who oversaw his first albums over two decades ago, while “Butterscotch,” “Suga Suga Suga,” and “What’s A Man To Do” are as hot and heavy as Sweat’s definitive 1996 slow jam, “Nobody.” Even as Sweat focuses on his strengths, he’s not afraid to try new things. The potent “Somebody” is his first foray into falsetto singing, while the Keyshia Cole “Love You Better” leaves you wishing these two would team up for an entire album.