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Bow Wow and B5 CD Reviews

Despite numerous guest appearances by musical supastars, Bow Wow holds the center of attention on Wanted.
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B5 is called the next generation's Jackson Five!
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Bow Wow's fourth album is called Wanted, but do you think you'll want to buy it? Get the review of his latest disc, as well as B5's self-titled debut!

Bow Wow :: Wanted

Bow Wow has turned 18 and he wants you to know it. His fourth album is all about the celebration of the big 1-8, and he tells us on every single track that he's older, wiser and more mature now. Okay Bow Wow, we get it!

Fun Facts

  • Wanted features some of the hottest names in the music biz like Ciara, Snoop Dogg, Omarion and J-Kwon.
  • After dropping Jermaine Dupri from the production team a few years ago, Bow Wow and JD reunite to make great music together.
  • Wanted is a DualDisc - a CD on one side and a DVD on the other.
  • Bow Wow takes a major hand in the song writing. He writes about everything in his life, from his hugely successful career to regular things like going to the mall and watching movies.
  • Hot Tracks

    Big Dreams, Let Me Hold You, Like You, Go, Is That You (P.Y.T.)

    Wanted Rating:

    B5 :: B5

    P. Diddy's proteges, B5, were being called the next generation's Jackson Five even before their first single hit the streets. But are they really a new Jackson Five? Well, the boys, who are straight outta ATL, prove they can sing, dance and rap on their debut disc, which is a mix of high energy dance-pop songs and sweet ballads that may (or may not) make your hearts melt.

    Fun Facts

  • B5 is made up of five brothers - Dustin, Kelly, Patrick, Carnell and Bryan Breeding.
  • B5 was formerly called TNT Boys. They changed their name after the youngest brother, Bryan, joined the group to make five members.
  • B5's first single, All I Do, was originally recorded by the Jackson Five.
  • The track, Back in Your Arms, samples the Jackson Five's I Wanna Be Where You Are.
  • B5 is hitting the road for the Scream Tour IV headlined by Bow Wow. Other performers include Omarion, Marques Houston, Bobby Valentino and Pretty Ricky.
  • Hot Tracks

    All I Do, U Got Me, Dance 4 You, Let Me Know; No More Games

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