I'm Just Corey

I'm Just Corey

by Corey
     
 

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Corey proves himself to be more than just a boy with a cute toothy smile on I'm Just Corey, his debut album for Motown Records. Unlike fellow teen pop-rappers Lil' Bow Wow and Lil' Romeo (and Lil' J, etc.), Corey doesn't rap, but sings instead, making him a little less edgy but undoubtedly more of a hearthrob for little girls and more of a potential pop starSee more details below

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Corey proves himself to be more than just a boy with a cute toothy smile on I'm Just Corey, his debut album for Motown Records. Unlike fellow teen pop-rappers Lil' Bow Wow and Lil' Romeo (and Lil' J, etc.), Corey doesn't rap, but sings instead, making him a little less edgy but undoubtedly more of a hearthrob for little girls and more of a potential pop star for Motown, who is no doubt hoping to cash in on the early-2000s teen-pop boom. The albums gets off to a lively start with "Hush Lil' Lady," a collaboration with Lil' Romeo and Lil' Reema that is driven by an edgy rhythm that's not far removed from British 2-step or some of Timbaland's more eccentric work. Elsewhere, Corey collaborates with Shaquille O'Neal on "MVP" and Michael Jackson on "All I Do." On the remainder of the songs he's solo, singing "adorable little boy" songs like "If I Was Older" and "Cutest Girl." So, even though it's inevitable to feel that Corey is little more than a cash-in effort by Motown, you can't help but like the boy; after all, he has a cute toothy smile and reminds you of another "lil'" Motown teen artist from the label's golden era: Little Stevie Wonder.

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Both humble and personal, Corey's debut showcases his sweet soprano as he tells engaging PG-13 tales in a cutesy musical style that recalls Miami's equally charming Sammie. Angie Romero [3 stars]

Product Details

Release Date:
03/19/2002
Label:
Umvd Labels
UPC:
0044001671340
catalogNumber:
016713

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Corey   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Chris "Daddy" Dave   Drums
Clay Henry   Keyboards
Debra Killings   Background Vocals
Craig Love   Guitar
Johnta Austin   Background Vocals
David B. Young   Background Vocals
Jason Perry   Keyboards
Bryan-Michael Cox   Keyboards
Sam Thomas   Keyboards
Julio Miranda   Guitar
J. Que   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Ted Bishop   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer
Debra Killings   Producer
Kedar Massenburg   Executive Producer
Jamie Portee   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Partners   Executive Producer
Craig Love   Producer
Chris Athens   Mastering
Jason Rome   Engineer
Johnta Austin   Producer,Vocal Producer
David B. Young   Arranger,Vocal Arrangements
Shante Paige   Executive Producer
Donnie Scantz   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Producer
Jason Perry   Producer
Gary   Producer
Bert   Producer
Bryan-Michael Cox   Programming,Producer,Associate Executive Producer
A.J. Wolfe   Producer,Engineer
Sam Thomas   Producer,Engineer
Lee M.   Producer,Engineer
J. Que   Arranger,Vocal Producer

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