B.o.B's 'Strange Clouds' Tracklisting Includes Morgan Freeman, Taylor Swift and More
Fifteen tracks recorded for B.o.B's upcoming second studio album "Strange Clouds" have been revealed in a tracklisting for the CD. Among those confirmed to serve as featured guests are Golden Globe-winning actor Morgan Freeman and Grammy-winning singer Taylor Swift.
Bobby Ray is set to collaborate with Hollywood movie veteran Freeman in a song called "Bombs Away". The Atlanta rapper, meanwhile, joins forces with country music crooner Swift in a track titled "Both of Us".
Recalling how the duet with Swift came about, the "Nothin' on You" hitmaker remembered, "She came to Atlanta and she hit up Grand Hustle." He added, "I wasn't there. Tip was there and I eventually linked with her in Dallas and the rest is history."
The other featured guests are Chris Brown and T.I. ("Arena"), Nicki Minaj ("Out of My Mind"), Ryan Tedder ("Never Let You Go"), Lauriana Mae ("Chandelier"), Playboy Tre ("Just a Sign"), and Trey Songz ("Castles").
"Strange Clouds" is due to come out in the United States on May 1.
- "Bombs Away" ft. Morgan Freeman
- "Ray Bands"
- "So Hard to Breathe"
- "Both of Us" ft. Taylor Swift
- "Strange Clouds" ft. Lil Wayne
- "So Good"
- "Play for Keeps"
- "Arena" ft. Chris Brown and T.I.
- "Out of My Mind" ft. Nicki Minaj
- "Never Let You Go" ft. Ryan Tedder
- "Chandelier" ft. Lauriana Mae
- "Just a Sign" ft. Playboy Tre
- "Castles" ft. Trey Songz
- "Where Are You (B.o.B vs. Bobby Ray)"
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