I remember my review of B.o.B’s debut album, ‘B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray‘ to a friend: “It’s the best sound the world has ever heard since the first caveman banged two rocks together.” I was a huge fan since the “Hi! My Name Is B.o.B‘ days. Post-‘Strange Clouds,’ my fandom waned so much over the years and probably took the biggest dive after his unnecessary “Control” response that ended with him playing a guitar. Fortunately, Neil Degrasse Tyson’s biggest enemy has been continuously releasing self-produced projects and pushing his label, No Genre. (S/O to Scotty ATL!) Back in May, I saw some tweets about B.o.B’s new album from everyone favorite blogger, Yoh, and decided to give it a listen while on my walk. I was shocked that it was so good. I recommend everyone check out “Peace Piece” with Big K.R.I.T, “Big Kids” featuring Cee-Lo and Usher, “Middle Man,” and the best song about strippers and conspiracy theories “Tweakin” co-starring Young Dro and London Jae. Another one of the standouts has a visual that fits the song and reminds everyone that Bobby Ray was introduced to the game as an original personality that was needed.