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Audio Day Dream

by Blake Lewis

Audio Day Dream by Blake Lewis

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Audio Day Dream

by Blake Lewis

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Label: Arista
While we were listening to Blake Lewis's debut, three friends asked if it was Justin Timberlake. It's an understandable mistake: both JT and BL are earnest-voiced white boys who work very hard to come off as hip(-hop). And the second half of Day Dream is old-school Justin, all boy-band balladry at its most boring (except the soaring "End of the World"). But the first four tracks are pure Timbaland-era Timberlake, plus a little Jamiroquai ("Know My Name") and a heaping helping of Lewis's street-performer energy. Oh, and JT? Watch yourself -- BL could sing you under the table.

About This Album

While we were listening to Blake Lewis's debut, three friends asked if it was Justin Timberlake. It's an understandable mistake: both JT and BL are earnest-voiced white boys who work very hard to come off as hip(-hop). And the second half of Day Dream is old-school Justin, all boy-band balladry at its most boring (except the soaring "End of the World"). But the first four tracks are pure Timbaland-era Timberlake, plus a little Jamiroquai ("Know My Name") and a heaping helping of Lewis's street-performer energy. Oh, and JT? Watch yourself -- BL could sing you under the table.

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About This Album

While we were listening to Blake Lewis's debut, three friends asked if it was Justin Timberlake. It's an understandable mistake: both JT and BL are earnest-voiced white boys who work very hard to come off as hip(-hop). And the second half of Day Dream is old-school Justin, all boy-band balladry at its most boring (except the soaring "End of the World"). But the first four tracks are pure Timbaland-era Timberlake, plus a little Jamiroquai ("Know My Name") and a heaping helping of Lewis's street-performer energy. Oh, and JT? Watch yourself -- BL could sing you under the table.