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!
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.
Big Dreams, Let Me Hold You, Like You, Go, Is That You (P.Y.T.)
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.
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.
All I Do, U Got Me, Dance 4 You, Let Me Know; No More Games