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  • Summary: The former lead singer for The Gap Band releases his second solo album, which features guest appearances by Jamie Foxx, T-Pain, and Snoop Dogg.

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There Goes My Baby
I was rolling in my car when I pulled up at the mall Couldn't find a place to park, threw my keys to the valet I was only there to hang, wasn't... See the rest of the song lyrics
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    Songs like 'Love, Love, Love,' and 'Can't Live Without You' create the quintessential formula for a classic two-step and Wilson is sure to dazzle longtime fans with the more easygoing numbers. But sleepier tracks like 'One Time,' border on clichéd at times.
  2. Those familiar with '80s funk trio the Gap Band will find a decidedly modern R&B sound on the second Jive solo album from frontman Charlie Wilson, which by turns is both riveting and a little disappointing.
  3. Keeping a good thing going, Uncle Charlie follows the formula of the former Gap Band vocalist's previous release, "Charlie, Last Name Wilson," which climbed to number ten on Billboard's album chart.
  4. A third of the songs are about hooking up with ladies, a third are heartfelt ballads to lovers, and a third are break-up songs. It's the lifecycle of a relationship, over and over. I'm not convinced by it, but it's working for him.
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