The cover art for B.o.B.‘s upcoming debut album, Adventures of Bobby Ray, has landed online.
The official artwork was released early Monday (March 22) morning.
Here’s the official artwork to B.o.B.’s debut album, “The Adventures Of Bobby Ray,” set to drop April 27th. It’s hard to fathom the fact that he has a huge smash single (Nothin’ On You) on his hands, he’s been more on the underground scene for the longest. As a fan, I’m psyched to see what he brings with the album. (Blazing Swarm)
He recently talked about the solo project being moved up nearly a month ahead of its original release date.
“‘Fifth Dimension,’ T.I. actually produced it, him and Lil C produced it from Grand Hustle so we got in the studio just playing around with some drums, loops and guitars and some asteroids and we made up ‘Fifth Dimension,’ and it’s gonna, it’s a banger,” B.o.B. promised in an interview. “[My album,] it’s definitely scheduled to come out April 27th, it was May 25th but [The Adventures of Bobby Ray] got pushed forward, which never happens, ever, I don’t even recall that happening and if it does change, it’ll only move forward again.” (XXL Magazine)
Last month, “Bobby Ray” broke the news of T.I. helping produce his debut.
“As far as production, T.I. actually produced some stuff on the album,” B.o.B. said in an interview. “Jim Jonsin, Dr. Luke, me, it’s a good combination…I actually worked with him as soon as he got out. He actually left and went straight to the studio apparently, so, I went in and worked with him some, we did some stuff for his album, my album. And you know, just really got in there to get in the vibe. Since he’s been released, he seems more, he has something to prove now. I feel like he has a deeper fire to his whole approach, it has more motivation. He’s a motivated person in general, but I feel he’s got a lot more now.” (Rap-Up)
The rapper also said he would cherish the opportunity to perform his album on a play stage.
“I want to do Broadway,” he said in an interview. “Like I definitely want to do a show [on] Broadway but call it like ‘The Adventures of Bobby Ray’ … do every song from the album but Broadway style, like we act a scene and it goes into a song. I feel like some artists, they become so much like personalities. Like Steve Harvey is kind of like–like young kids who were born in like ’94 or ’93 who don’t know Steve Harvey, [as the] comedian on ‘The Steve Harvey Show,’ [to them] he’s just a person, like a personality. I feel like at some point that’s what will happen with my career.” (XXL Mag)
Check out a recent B.o.B. interview down below: