The rapper who claimed his fame through Bruno Mars-assisted single 'Nothin' on You' will name his sophomore set after Lil Wayne-featuring song 'Strange Clouds'.
B.o.B shares some details about his upcoming second studio album recently. When helping President Obama raise funds for his upcoming presidential campaign on September 27, the Atlanta rapper revealed title for the effort and talked about his newly-released first single which features fellow MC Lil Wayne.
" 'Strange Clouds', this is the first single off my sophomore album, actually titled 'Strange Clouds'," he told V-103. "Wayne actually got on it pretty quick. It was a quick turnaround. We were kind of debating on it, man, but we just felt like this is the song that should go first. I feel really strong about it and I like to take my time with music."
Other info about the album remains under tight wraps, but the "Nothin' on You" hitmaker has spilled the beans about the direction he would take. "[It has] a more mature sound but nothing too experimental. It's a happy medium between the sound of 'B.o.B Presents The Adventures of Bobby Ray' and the mixtapes, so everyone should be able to enjoy it," he gushed.