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B.o.B Talks ‘Psycadelik Thoughtz’, Sevyn Streeter & Auditioning for Straight Outta Compton

B.o.B Talks ‘Psycadelik Thoughtz’

By Amber B

After surprising fans with the release of his latest album ‘Psycadelik Thoughtz’, B.o.B joins DJ Skee to discuss the making of the project on SKEE TV. Bobby Ray describes the album cover art as originally being “a narcissistic ode” to himself, to get painted like a “multi-faceted God.” After seeing it, however he said he felt that it was a great representation of his musical versatility and eventually led the mixtape to turn into an album. Later, B.o.B speaks on his endeavors with acting and his audition for “Straight Outta Compton.” “I’m more naturally like Dre because you know as a producer, I’m like a thinker. With Q, you gotta like shift it.” He says if he ever has a movie made after him, he would want it to have a psychedelic feel and he’d like to be the one to produce it. Bobby Ray also addresses the importance of his label “No Genre,” his relationship with T.I. and his relationship with former girlfriend Sevyn Streeter.


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Amber B

Loves to blog about what is trending in Hip Hop, R&B, and Celebrity Entertainment. Current Obsession is reality television. Love to watch and voice my opinion on what is going on in these shows. Also enjoys spending time with family, reading and vacationing near the water.

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