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Download links and information about Pandemonium! by B2K. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:05:11 minutes.

Artist: B2K
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:05:11
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:31
2. Bump, Bump, Bump (feat. P. Diddy) 4:38
3. You Can Get It 3:44
4. One Kiss 3:31
5. My Girl 3:28
6. Sleepin' 3:47
7. Would You Be Here 4:29
8. Everything 3:57
9. Tease 3:13
10. Back It Up 3:01
11. Where Did We Go Wrong 4:08
12. Pretty Young Thing 3:15
13. I Beat You to It (Turn the Party Out) 3:52
14. The Other Guy 3:16
15. Why I Love You 3:58
16. Boys 4 Life 4:36
17. What U Get 3:46
18. Dog 4:01



Striking while the iron is hot, B2K were very busy in 2002, and Pandemonium! is the group's fourth album release of the year, following their self-titled debut, a remix collection, and a holiday EP. Their fast rise to the top of the pop heap is attested to by the advance single "Bump, Bump, Bump," which was produced, written, and arranged by R. Kelly and which is co-billed to rapper P. Diddy. The song is typical of the rest of the album, with its slow tempo, contrast of acoustic guitar with percussion, and choral parts. In the hands of their many writers and producers, B2K cover the usual concerns of male hip-hop music: lust ("Bump, Bump, Bump"); undying love ("One Kiss"); apology ("Sleepin'"); and, sung with the greatest feeling, accusations that the woman addressed is only interested in money ("Would You Be Here"). The writers are not shy about making use of the group's increased stature, notably on "Everything," in which one of the singers assures a woman that he still loves her even though he is now a big star, and he really wants to spend time with her, or at least talk to her on his cell phone, in between concerts and video shoots. "Why I Love You" is repeated from B2K's debut release, and an entire track, "Dog," is given over to singer Jhené, whose upcoming album is promoted with an insert in the CD jewel box.