B.o.B Explains Underground Luxury Meaning

(Radio.com) Atlanta's own Bobby Ray, aka B.o.B, came by the Morning Maddhouse to talk about his upcoming album Underground Luxury dropping December 17th in stores.

Titling the album after his life growing up, Bobby Ray is ready to make a switch back from pop to hip-hop genre of music and showcase his portrayal of being 'luxurious' even while living poor.

"When I grew up, I didn't have much. [We] took what we had and made it luxurious. So that's what it's about man. I'm just telling my story and painting a picture, and bringing people more into my world. What makes me click, what makes me think."

When the album drops, be sure to listen to "One Day"B.o.B said that this track hits home to his upbringing, and it's one of his favorites off of the album.

On the recent comments from Trinidad James saying most New York hip-hop sound more like ATL artists, B.o.B. said it does have some validity but "it could have been delivered better" and "came from the wrong person."

In 2014, you can see B.0.B on an episode of Single Ladies and The Game playing a guy who gives out "pimp" advice and himself Bobby Ray, respectively.

See the rest of B.o.B's interview as he has one lucky winner sing for him live, working on a dream record with Jimi Hendricks and 2-Pac here.

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