- Sat Jan 17, 2015, 4:51 AM GMT
Bobby Ray adds some hip-hop flavor to the poppy track from the former Jonas Brothers member's 2014 self-titled solo album.READ MORE
B.o.B aka Bobby Ray was born in North Carolina on November 15, 1988 and grew up on the east side of Atlanta. He first considered making music only as a hobby which he did in his spare time. Despite taking it not so seriously, he had formed a production duo called The Klinic when he was just a high schooler. At the age of 15, he had successfully sold one of his beats to a recording artist Citty.
When his partner left for college, he continued pursuing his music career as a solo artist. Still underage, he sneaked into into Club Crucial, which was owned by T.I., in 2006. Successfully impressing the crowd with his self-produced tune, he was approached by TJ Chapman who happened to stand among the crowd when he performed. A month later, he was signed to Atlantic, becoming T.I.'s labelmate and releasing a mixtape "Cloud 9".
The track, which finds the group trying to raise awareness of domestic violence, was first previewed when they reunited at Soul Train Awards last month.READ MORE
The Detroit rapper performs 'Airplanes Part 2' with B.o.B and 'Fast Lane' with Royce da 5'9" in addition to his own songs during his set at the second night of the music festival.READ MORE
The track, set to be featured in B.o.B's new mixtape 'No Genre Pt. 2', is a remake of KP and Envyi's 1998 jam 'Shorty Swing My Way'.READ MORE
The clip centers on a small-town girl who moves to a big city to become an actress but ends up being with the wrong people.READ MORE