Rappers tend to chase money in excessive amounts, and Hustle Gang’s B.o.B is no different. He discussed his paper chase on “All I Want” from 2013 LP, Underground Luxury, which finally received a visual treatment.
In December 2013, B.o.B told Hip-Hop Wired he felt “John Doe” was the pride and joy of his new album, Underground Luxury. And just like that, a month and some changed removed from its initial release, the official video for the aforementioned single is unveiled.
Freshly removed from his Cali Christmas performance, B.o.B knows there’s money out there to made and he’s looking to be paid in full with his new “Paper Route” video.
The importance of an artist having utmost confidence on the product that they are pushing is extremely vital. It is also necessary that there is a creative safe haven in which said product can be created effectively.
With a week to go until Underground Luxury releases, B.o.B decided to stream his third studio album for fans to enjoy guilt free.
Every rapper claims to bring the best of both worlds in the product but few can deliver on such a promise. It takes an amalgam of talent, focus and above all, talent to appease the hood and the ones actually purchasing the music.
Tons of rappers are set to release albums just before year’s end. One is B.o.B, who held a private listening event for Underground Luxury at ACME in New York City’s NoHo section.
Debuting a fair share of tracks from Underground Luxury wasn’t enough for B.o.B, who returned yesterday with a full album sampler to please the fans. DJ Drama assisted with this effort, which is streaming via DatPiff.
B.o.B will his deliver his third studio album, Underground Luxury, in a little over a month. With a few singles already circulating the Internets, the rapper throws a new one into the gauntlet called “Throwback,” featuring Chris Brown.
Now the face of his next album has been revealed, it’s time for B.o.B. to get into hustle mode. That’s what members of T.I.’s Hu$tle Gang do best, no?
Taking it slow and steady will hopefully win the race for B.o.B, who returns today with the official artwork for his upcoming Underground Luxury album.
B.o.B has showed sides of himself that were previously unknown on records like “We Still In This,” “Headband,” and more. And he promises more on Underground Luxury, which he recently made a big announcement about on BET’s 106 & Park.
B.o.B drops the official video for “Ready,” featuring Future, off his forthcoming Underground Luxury album.
Seeing artists change isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Just ask B.o.B, who recently sat with Hip-Hop Wired to discuss his forthcoming album, Underground Luxury, if T.I. leaving Atlantic Records affected their working relationship, and more.
B.o.B is showing his range as a MC one track at a time. Following the release of “Missing,” he returns with a second offering called “Ready,” alongside Future.
B.o.B has attacked the game from all angles in his latest set of releases. Today, he returns with a new tune called “Missing” that’s another far departure from the Pop sound that gained him notoriety.
While B.o.B focuses his efforts on his third studio album Underground Luxury, he delivers a visual for “Chandelier” from his 2012 LP Strange Clouds to hold fans over.
Gauging from his new material, B.o.B has veered away from the pop influences that drove Strange Clouds and The Adventures of Bobby Ray. He’s attacked the Urban charts with his club smash “We Still In This” and “Headband” could potentially become a gentlemans’ club anthem. Today, the ATLien makes the cypher complete with a thought provoking trifecta titled “Through My Head.”