All Around the World

All Around the World

by Mindless Behavior


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Like #1 Girl, the first album from this still young quartet, All Around the World is largely produced by group creator Walter Millsap and Candice Nelson, with Lakeisha Gamble still on board as a songwriter. This time, all four members of the group are listed as co-composers (on all but two songs), and so many others are added to the mix that it's not odd to see a dozen names credited with song composition. Since each member is approaching his late teens, some of the content is a little more suggestive, if in a clever manner, as on "I Lean" ("Lights off, lights on, we switchin' up"). For the most part, they keep it clean; parents should be relieved to encounter these songs instead of mainstream radio hits like "Pour It Up" or "Who Booty." Musically, All Around the World follows recent releases from the likes of Usher, Ne-Yo, and Chris Brown in splitting time between straight-up dance-pop ("All Around the World," "Brightside") and contemporary R&B jams and ballads ("Keep Her on the Low," "Used to Be," "Ready for Love"). Pop-R&B groups continue to be so scarce that Mindless Behavior have a lane to themselves, especially when it comes to tween and early teen appeal. Their entertaining second album, while not as solid as their debut, should fend off whatever competition follows.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/12/2013
Label: Interscope Records
UPC: 0602537293186
catalogNumber: 001810202
Rank: 188556

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mindless Behavior   Primary Artist,Vocals
Kevin Randolph   Keyboards
Jacob Latimore   Vocals
Sean Garrett   Background Vocals
Candice Nelson   Background Vocals
Lil' Twist   Vocals
Mike Hamilton   Background Vocals
Putte Nelsson   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Vincent Herbert   Executive Producer
Rupert Gayle   Composer
Andy Barnes   Vocal Mixing
Kevin Randolph   Composer
Sean Marshall   Composer
Conrad Golding   Vocal Tracking,Vocal Mixing
DeWayne Swan   Composer,Producer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Will Ragland   Art Direction
Rob Wells   Composer,Producer
Makeba Riddick   Composer
Sean Garrett   Composer,Producer
Yvette Gayle   Publicity
Candice Nelson   Composer,Producer
Can "Stress" Canatan   Composer,Producer
Kadis   Producer
Randy Henderson   Publicity
Ester Dean   Composer
R.L. Huggar   Composer,Vocal Mixing
Nakeia Homer   Composer
Da Internz   Producer
DeAndre Way   Composer
Charles "Tony" Homer   Producer
Marcos Palacios   Composer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Rob Nations   Composer
Ursula Yancy   Composer
Ernest Clark   Composer
Dwight Watson   Composer
Gunnar By-Skoglund   Composer
Mike Hamilton   Composer
Christopher Moore   Composer
Aaron Miller   Tracking Assistant
Gregory "Yung Billionaire" Watts   Producer
Marcus De'Andre Walker   Composer,Producer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Charles Homer   Composer
Nelson Jackson   Composer,Producer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Lakeisha R. Gamble   Composer
Walter W. Millsap   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Executive Producer,Vocal Arrangements,drum programming,Instrumentation
Gary Spriggs   Composer
Lisa DiAngelo   Publicity
Gregory Watts   Composer
Craig Thomas Crippen   Composer
Jacob Perez   Composer
Rayan Lopez   Composer
Supaman Beatz   Composer,Producer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Ericka Watson   Composer
Deshawn Jenkins   Composer
Chresanto August   Composer
Teak Underdue   Composer,Producer,drum programming,Instrumentation
Shaan Singh   Tracking Assistant
Ericka J. Coulter   Composer

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All Around the World 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ahhhh-mazinggg .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So auto-tuned you can barely understand it half the time. The beats are infectious in a sort of "I hate myself for remembering this" kind of way and while it does make a track stick in your head, it will do so weather you liked it or not. The beats can also be really st st stuttering and difficult to dance to or sing along with as humans can't sing like that. It's extremely mass produced, just like the look of boys. So Roc is in weird glasses now?