"Play For Keeps" is the only song that has more of a hip-hop feel compared to the rest of the album's pop-sounding songs. The beat thumps hard and he rhymes with aggression, but on this album, it just doesn't fit. Of course, B.o.B doesn't want to completely abandon his rap roots, but what makes him special is when he puts all of his musical talents on display.
CHECK OUT THIS TRACK: On "Bombs Away," Freeman opens up the album with a stimulating narration before B.o.B's rap-singing shtick.
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