8 Songs, 26 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the fullest display of his musical talents since signing to G-Unit, Rotimi steps away from his actor duties to invest himself in eight songs charting the ups and downs of a tumultuous relationship. Though he has harsh words for his ex on “Nobody,” a hard-hitting banger featuring 50 Cent—his boss—and T.I., he seems most comfortable expressing a more vulnerable side on “What We Do” and “Want More,” a duet with Kranium that has an Afrobeat bent reflecting Rotimi’s Nigerian heritage.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the fullest display of his musical talents since signing to G-Unit, Rotimi steps away from his actor duties to invest himself in eight songs charting the ups and downs of a tumultuous relationship. Though he has harsh words for his ex on “Nobody,” a hard-hitting banger featuring 50 Cent—his boss—and T.I., he seems most comfortable expressing a more vulnerable side on “What We Do” and “Want More,” a duet with Kranium that has an Afrobeat bent reflecting Rotimi’s Nigerian heritage.

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