JoJo – The High Road Teen R&B singer JoJo is back with a very mature new disc, after a descent big screen debut. The album includes twelve solid tracks, overflowing primarily with mid-tempo ballads but there are a few head-bangers. More hot tracks include “The Way You Do,” “Let It Rain,” “Good Ol,” among others. Oh, and lets not forget the bonus DVD with plenty of JoJo goodies. Frankie J – Priceless Frankie J is back with a Pop/R&B/Hip Hop album less than a year after ‘Un Nuevo DÃa,’ one of his most accomplished albums. The 12 track disc titled “Priceless,” contains Frankie’s normal smooth ballads and light mid-tempo material but he shows a little edge on songs like “hurry Up” featuring rap superstar Chamillionaire. “I’ve evolved and I think this is the album that will take me to the next level,” said Frankie to Vibe Magazine. Ruben Studdard – The Return It’s been two years since Birmingham’s first “American Idol” winner released his last disc, a gospel collection called “I Need an Angel.” This time, the Velvet Teddy Bear wants everyone to know he’s a playa. Studdard, 28, has kept a low profile for many months, but says time spent out of the public eye has resulted in personal growth and maturity. On his appropriately titled third CD ‘The Return,’ Studdard wisely reconnects with his urban roots. Assisted by producers like Ne-Yo and Scott Storch, Ruben works his Luther Vandross like mojo on 14 strong set of smooth grooves and lightly thumping hip-hop tracks.
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