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Intuition [Explicit Lyrics]

Jamie Foxx Audio CD

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1. Just Like Me (featuring T.I.)
2. I Don't Need It (featuring Timbaland)
3. Number One (featuring Lil Wayne)
4. Digital Girl (featuring Kanye West & The-Dream)
5. Blame It (featuring T-Pain)
6. She Got Her Own (featuring Ne-Yo & Fabolous)
7. Intuition Interlude
8. I Don't Know
9. Weekend Lover
10. Why
11. Freak'in Me (featuring Marsha Ambrosius)
12. Slow
13. Rainman
14. Overdose
15. Love Brings Change (Bonus Track)

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Product Description

Explicit version. Grammy nominated, Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx returns with his 2008 album Intuition. As a follow up to his platinum selling, J Records debut album Unpredictable, this album is sure to please with writing and production by The Dream, Timbaland, Sean Garrett, Tricky, Salaam Remi and Marsha Ambrosia. The first single, 'Just Like Me' features rapper T.I.

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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  88 reviews
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More dance tracks, less romance Dec 16 2008
By Shamontiel L. Vaughn - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Cons: I loved "Unpredictable," so I was expecting that same wine and dine romance to lap dance feel, but this album was more about dancing. Foxx has a beautiful voice, but it seems like he was impersonating someone else on "I Don't Need It," which wasn't really necessary. I hate the concept for "Just Like Me" because I'm so opposed to even the idea of singing about justifying cheating, but the video is funny as hell. Taraji Henson was the best choice to do that one, so that video makes me (kinda) like the song. "Number One"s beat was kinda annoying, but I liked the clap-friendly perspective of the song. Somehow I didn't expect Jamie Foxx to work with Lil' Wayne though, so that threw me. But then I hear lines from Foxx like "Got them hundred dollar bills/Girl, I don't rain/I hurricane" and it almost sounds like a singsongy rap. Noooo! Not another one. I like R&B singers that like to do R&B. What's up with Kanye West singing most of the verse to a T-Pain track on "Digital Girl"? "Blame It" sounded like it had a vocoder, but why? Foxx is robbing us of his natural and beautiful voice. I found him using a lot of simplistic lyrics, downgrading his voice a lot on this one, and how unfortunate is that because I'd buy an album from him easy in acapella.

Pros: I would've bought this album regardless because I love "She Got Her Own" and considering that wasn't a bonus track on Ne-Yo's album (you had to buy it on iTunes to get it), I had to have it. You couldn't even buy it as a single, and that song makes my spirit happy. That is absolutely my favorite song of 2008. I gave this CD four stars though because once you got to "Intuition Interlude," then he reminded me of the songs on his last CD and this album picked up immensely. I like those Foxx tracks that make you want to just reach over and hug your man for no reason other than being happy he's there.

One month later: Now that I've gotten over the surprise of Foxx's CD having a hip hop swagger with R&B soul, I really dig "Number One," "I Don't Need It" has an easy dance feel, and "Blame It" kinda grew on me. But I still say the songs after the interlude are far better, specifically "Overdose" and "Slow."
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Somewhat Disappointing Dec 22 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I really like Jamie Foxx but this cd is decent at best. It could have been so much better. The production is all over the place. Also, the vocoder is unnecessary. He does not need to use it since he can actually sing. T-Pain needs it. This cd is definitely different from Unpredictable. That cd was very mature. I feel he regressed a little bit. He didn't need to fall into the trap of doing what other artist's are doing.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A DIAMOND (NOT) IN THE RUFF Dec 16 2008
By msijg - Published on Amazon.com
Here Jamie is again doing his thing! I only wish Jamie & Keyshia Cole would do something together.

Jamie has always been a great singer and to see yet another phenomenal album come through with a great price in time for the holidays just proves that versatality of this entertainer. This is a man who takes nothing forgranted and made sure to let everyone know that his album is $9.99. Like a few other artists he recognizes that his fans income may be a bit challenged but they should not have to find $15 for an album.

Most importantly-the music-the vocals; IMO there is nothing as seductive as a black man sing but when he can SANG then you must trust and buy this album. There is an edited and explicit version so buy what makes you happy or what the kids can listen to. You can check out videos or live performances of some of the songs on yahoo and you tube. My fav song is
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not Good Dec 26 2008
By Melissa S. Aguanno - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
For those who seem to think that you must like everything an artist puts out if you call yourself a fan is ignorant. So, you are simply saying that even if the artist puts out complete garbage that you have to like it because you liked his last album. That's just dumb. I liked his last album a lot, but this one is very weak. He should be showing growth from his previous album, and does not. I feel like he is trying to be a 22 year old r&b artist rather than showing his age, experience, and maturity. It's garbage!
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not feeling it Dec 18 2008
By Robbye Neal - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I'm generally a Jamie Foxx, but this CD is disappointing. Jamie is 41 years old now, and maybe I expected songs that reflected his age. This CD makes Jamie come off like a immature boy, and not a man in his 40s.

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