All I Feel

All I Feel

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by Ray J

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Koch Records

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ray J   Primary Artist,Vocals
Keith Crouch   Bass
Rodney Jerkins   Musician
Arnold Mischkulnig   Keyboards
Nick Movshon   Bass,Guitar
Greg "The Wave Doctor" Sartiano   Bass,Guitar
Tre Williams   Vocals
David Pasarow   Guitar

Technical Credits

Homer Banks   Composer
Samuel Barnes   Composer
Rodney Jerkins   Composer,Producer
Bob Perry   Producer
Robert C. Perry   Composer
Ray J   Composer,Producer,Executive Producer
Mike Donaldson   Engineer
Trackmasters   Producer
David Styles   Composer
Johnta Austin   Composer
Double R   Staff
John Franck   Video Producer
Hugo Boss   Clothing Design
Fizzy Womack   Producer
Darryl Cooper   Staff
Arnold Mischkulnig   Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Alexander "Spanador" Mosley   Composer
Sonja Norwood   Executive Producer
Noel "Detail" Fisher   Producer
Shorty Mack   Staff
Greg "The Wave Doctor" Sartiano   Engineer
Regena Ratcliffe   Producer
Jayceon Taylor   Composer
Patrick Cowart   Staff
Roberto Vazquez   Engineer
Ari Levine   Engineer
Jane Minovskaya   Producer
Sean "Soundwise" Beniam   Producer
Dat Boi Drumma   Producer
Charles "Chuck Heat" Henderson   Producer
Shaun "SK" Kowlessar   Staff
David Pasarow   Composer
Shannon Pezzatta   Groomer
J. Waxx   Producer
Christian Ward   Composer
Andrew Kelley   Art Direction
LaShawn "The Big Shiz" Daniels   Vocal Producer

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All I Feel 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
At first, I didn't want to get this album when it came out in the spring. But I bought it in late July when on vacation in Orlando, Florida. The album is that good and demonstrates Ray J as a freestanding artist, eschewing the &amp quot Brandy's brother&amp quot tagline that has plagued him since his 1997 debut. The content is strong but the songs have a cool sexiness to them. Many numbers describe him being cheated or betrayed or even going after a former ex. The most telling is Boyfriend where Ray goes with a married woman, telling her husband that he's her boyfriend. It's like infidelity in reverse. But I like the song's '70s-styled groove, a rarity to come from producers the Trackmasters. A few cuts have smooth simmering grooves to match with the carnal themes that dominate the effort. Sexy Can I still sounds funky, but it is outmatched by a song with rapper The Game and another song that has funkier grooves and beats. Honestly, this album surprised me--this is a solid effort musically and Ray J's sounding much better vocally.