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Omarion
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Genre: R&B
 
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CD AUDIO SIDE: Entire Album DVD SIDE: * Entire album in Surround Sound * Exclusive interviews with Omarion * Footage from MTV?s Diary * Video for the first single "O" * Free "O" Remix Ringtone download access

     
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All Artists: Omarion
Title: o
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
Release Date: 2/22/2005
Album Type: Enhanced, Import
Genre: R&B
Styles: Contemporary R&B, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 454736602043

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CD AUDIO SIDE: Entire Album DVD SIDE: * Entire album in Surround Sound * Exclusive interviews with Omarion * Footage from MTV?s Diary * Video for the first single "O" * Free "O" Remix Ringtone download access

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Omarion - O
------------- | The World | 06/24/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This is a solid effort from former B2K member, Omarion. Even though i do have to say, i knew even before i bought this album exactly what i was going to get. Basically if i had to describe this album in one sentance it would be this,... This is an album where a former boy bander trys to shake off his innocent boy image and trys to establish himself as a sex symbol. And i pretty much knew from the start that thats exactly what this album was going to be. It happened with Marques Houston, and it happened again here with O. Now with all that said, that doesnt mean that this album is completely bad by any means. It just shows more what to expect with the content of the album. Expect alot of raunchy club songs, and some mid tempo ballads, oh and of course the famous attempt to get some street cred. You get all that with this album. With the first single "O" i was actually pretty surprised because he was able to make a very solid and mature baby maker on his first album. "O" is definetly one of the few highlights on this album with its, fresh sexy feel. And then there was the raunchy club dance song with "Touch" where he mumbles some pretty explicit words in between the chours and the second verse. And again he trys to establish that sex symbol image with the club track "Take It Off" and fails horribly to establish any kind of sexiness. And of course the dreaded attempt to establish street cred comes in the form of a Marques Houston produced track called "Growing Pains". Its not a terrible track, but it just doesnt sound right coming from Omarion. But then he makes up for some of his slips on tracks like the Underdogs produced break up song "Im Tryna" where he shows his singing capabilities. And then on the slow dance track "Slow Dancin" he really lays it on the ladies with this smooth vibin song. Overall, Omarion didnt fail his first solo test, but he didnt do anything truly speacial either.


Grade:
C+"