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Bi-Polar
Studio album by Rozonda Thomas
Released 2010
Recorded 2006-2009
Genre R&B/Pop
Label Tron Musik
Producer Maestro, Battery 5, Missy Elliott, Soundz, Sanchez Holmes, T-Pain, Akon, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart
Singles from Bi-Polar
  1. "Dumb Dumb Dumb"
    Released: TBA

Bi-Polar is the debut album by Rozonda Thomas (of TLC), to be released via her own label called Tron Musik. The first official buzz single is the Battery 5 produced song, "Dumb Dumb Dumb" written by Cristyle. There were other first singles that never got released such as the Polow da Don produced song, "Straight Jack," the Sanchez Holmes produced track, "Glidin'" and the first track to leak from her album, "Gameproof." It was pushed back from its original release date of September 2, 2008, and has yet to be announced.

Title and Theme

The album is titled Bi-Polar because it displays a range of different emotions.[1] The title has come under subtle controversy rumored to have been stolen from R U The Girl winner O'so Krispie (who Chilli and bandmate T-Boz chose).

Recorded Songs

  1. "Dumb Dumb Dumb"[2]
  2. "Flirt"
  3. "Somethin' Bout' the Music" (featuring T-Pain)
  4. "Ooh" [3]
  5. "Glidin'" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  6. "Gameproof" (featuring T-Boz)
  7. "Bi-Polar"
  8. "Straight Jack" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  9. "AWWW!"
  10. "Take You Away"
  11. "Wanna Be Yours"
  12. "Materialistic"
  13. "I'm Hot"
  14. "To Whom It May Concern"

References


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