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Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses (Deluxe Version) by Jamie Foxx

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Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses (Deluxe Version)

Jamie Foxx

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Album

Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses (Deluxe Version)

Jamie Foxx

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Label: JB Venture/RCA Records
Jamie Foxx is still getting freaky, engaging in Auto-Tune sex on "Vegas Confessions," and bragging "I'm gonna eat it like a drum/ Beat it like a drum" on "Like a Drum." He adopts a Prince-styled hiccup for the Pharrell-produced synth-funk of "Tease," and duets with Chris Brown on "You Changed Me," an album highlight along with "On the Dot." Sometimes, it's difficult to tell if this actor-comedian is parodying himself, especially on bedroom R&B like "Text Message." But at least "In Love by Now" and "Jumping out the Window," both ballads sung over piano, are unmistakably sincere.

About This Album

Jamie Foxx is still getting freaky, engaging in Auto-Tune sex on "Vegas Confessions," and bragging "I'm gonna eat it like a drum/ Beat it like a drum" on "Like a Drum." He adopts a Prince-styled hiccup for the Pharrell-produced synth-funk of "Tease," and duets with Chris Brown on "You Changed Me," an album highlight along with "On the Dot." Sometimes, it's difficult to tell if this actor-comedian is parodying himself, especially on bedroom R&B like "Text Message." But at least "In Love by Now" and "Jumping out the Window," both ballads sung over piano, are unmistakably sincere.

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About This Album

Jamie Foxx is still getting freaky, engaging in Auto-Tune sex on "Vegas Confessions," and bragging "I'm gonna eat it like a drum/ Beat it like a drum" on "Like a Drum." He adopts a Prince-styled hiccup for the Pharrell-produced synth-funk of "Tease," and duets with Chris Brown on "You Changed Me," an album highlight along with "On the Dot." Sometimes, it's difficult to tell if this actor-comedian is parodying himself, especially on bedroom R&B like "Text Message." But at least "In Love by Now" and "Jumping out the Window," both ballads sung over piano, are unmistakably sincere.