Gusto niyo ng mala Akon at Jason Derulo, here it is.
One of the problems I find with Afro-American artist is that they tend to be generic. There is a tendency that once you listen to one of them you feel like you listen to every one of them already. In this album, Eric Bellinger was introduced by Usher in a certain song citing that he is a buddy and a good songwriter. However, in the intro song “The Rebirth,” there is a feeling that you might be listening to any hip hop or R and B artist. In fact, you thought that this album is either from Jason Derulo or Akon because of the similarity of the voice and the instrumentation that you hear in the first song.
The association with Jason Derulo is even more pronounced with “Asap…
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