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B.o.B Presents The Adventures of Bobby Ray
Studio album by B.o.B
Released April 27, 2010
Recorded 2007 – present
Genre Hip hop, alternative
Label Grand Hustle Records, Atlantic Records, Rebel Rock
Producer T.I. (exec.)
B.o.B., The Smeezingtons, Jim Jonsin, Ratatat, Emile, Crada
Singles from B.o.B Presents The Adventures of Bobby Ray
  1. "Nothin' on You"
    Released: November 25, 2009 [1]

B.o.B Presents The Adventures of Bobby Ray is the upcoming debut album by American rapper B.o.B It is scheduled to be released on April 27, 2010[2].

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Background

The album was planned to be released at December 2009, but B.o.B pushed it back to 2010. In November 2009 during an interview he revealed that his debut album is set to be released in May 2010, but then he released a statement on twitter saying that it was to be released on May 25, 2010. On February 1st he released a mixtape titled May 25th in honor of his albums release date.[3] The date of the album has since been pushed up to April 27th, 2010 due to the success of his single "Nothin' on You" . [4]

Recording and production

B.o.B released two street singles: "Haterz Everywhere" and "I'll Be in The Sky", which both have music videos, and another song called "No Man's Land" along with a music video, but none of the three songs will be included on the album. During the 2009 BET Hip Hop Awards, B.o.B revealed to Angela Yee that Lupe Fiasco will be featured on his debut album.[5] In November 25th, B.o.B. released his debut official single titled "Nothin' on You" featuring singer Bruno Mars, along with its official cover, and he revealed that it is the first single on the album[6]. It has debuted at #89 on the Billboard Hot 100 and moved up to #16. B.o.B. revealed to Rap-Up that there could be a possible Eminem collaboration.[7]

Possible Tracks

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