Joe Readies New Album ‘DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B’ For July 2

R&B crooner Joe is back to tame hearts with his new album, DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B. The multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer has inked July 2, 2003 for the project's release, which is the follow up to 2011's 'The Good, The Bad, The Sexy.'

DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B is led by the Urban AC hit "I'd Rather Have A Love," a track that sees the R&B veteran giving warning to the youngbloods that live a lifestyle of "frivolous pleasures." Joe produced more that half of the tracks on the album and enlisted producers Stargate and DOA for support.

On the project concept, Joe told Vibe that it's "an ode' to classic R&B. I double backed to when music was heard with live horns, live strings, and live drums, to a time when soul music was very stylish and elegant."

DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B Standard Track List:
1. Something For You
2. Easy
3. Baby
4. Compromise
5. Magic City
6. I'd Rather Have A Love
7. Love & Sex (featuring Fantasia)
8. Sexy
9. More
10. Mary Jane
11. 1 to 1 Ratio (featuring Too Short)
12. DoubleBack

Target (2 Bonus Tracks)
1. Walk Away
2. Smoove

Best Buy Bonus Track
1. I'd Rather Have A Love (Remix Featuring Fat Joe)

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