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Album: Intuition (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Jamie Foxx

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008, 2009 J Records, a unit of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Intuition (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Jamie Foxx

Title Artist Time
1
Just Like Me (feat. T.I.) Jamie Foxx 3:26 USD 1.29
2
I Don't Need It Jamie Foxx 3:58 USD 1.29
3
Number One (feat. Lil Wayne) Jamie Foxx 5:02 USD 1.29
4
Digital Girl (feat. Kanye West Jamie Foxx 4:47 USD 1.29
5
Blame It (feat. T-Pain) Jamie Foxx 4:49 USD 1.29
6
She Got Her Own (feat. Ne-Yo & Jamie Foxx 5:32 USD Album Only
7
Intuition Interlude Jamie Foxx 1:46 USD 1.29
8
I Don't Know Jamie Foxx 3:22 USD 1.29
9
Weekend Lover Jamie Foxx 4:12 USD 1.29
10
Why Jamie Foxx 4:52 USD 1.29
11
Freak'in Me (feat. Marsha Ambr Jamie Foxx 3:45 USD 1.29
12
Slow Jamie Foxx 5:42 USD 1.29
13
Rainman Jamie Foxx 3:54 USD 1.29
14
Overdose Jamie Foxx 4:04 USD 1.29
15
Love Brings Change Jamie Foxx 4:05 USD 1.29
16
Cover Girl (feat. Lil' Kim) Jamie Foxx 3:56 USD Album Only
17
Just Like Me (feat. T.I.) Jamie Foxx 3:48 USD 1.99
18
Making of Just Like Me Jamie Foxx 2:17 USD Album Only

Reviews For Intuition (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Jamie Foxx

  • some good, some BAD

    3
    By Open To ANYTHING
    You know, I really like that "Blame It" song, featuring T-Pain. It's a good song to party to, no question about that. Most of the other songs on here are just WEIRD. Don't believe me? Listen to "I Don't Need It", and decide for yourself. It sounds like a native chant or something during the main chorus.
  • Tfffdssdgg

    2
    By Hfdgccc
    Ggffffguyds
  • JUST WANT ONE SONG

    3
    By Yancimus
    she got her own is the only song i want....why can't i get it....i bought the cd...but then the new "delux edition" came out and i can't return it....so i turn to itunes and it's even a bigger dissapointment....i just want that song....why is that such a problem
  • ??? i dont get it

    3
    By LR24
    SO whats up!? why do i have to buy the whole album for the only song i really want. She Got Her Own is such an awesome song, but im not buying the whole album when i only want one song. I thought that was the beauty of Itunes.
  • RickSW

    5
    By wade43tp
    RickSW Don't Know What He Talkin Bout This Album Is Great, He's Just A Hater. I Listen To It Everyday
  • He did it again!

    5
    By The Swagg
    Another amazing album..loving overdose
  • Good, could have been better.

    4
    By Hot For Teacher
    I personally think this album was good. There were a few songs that I absoloutly loved. Such as "Blame it," "Love Brings Change," and "Freakin' Me." the rest was really redundant. T.I. should not have been in this album. Kanye... Well, he was perfect for the song's idea. Which happened to be ladies and computer love (Digital Girl). So, overall, Intuition was just a good album. P.S. I love his acting :).
  • To All The Haters...

    4
    By Underground Understudy
    Seriously people need to stop hating on Mr. Foxx. This a good album it's has pop it's hip hop and makes you move and want to party. I don't know what people mean when they say he's a forgettable actor because i don't know many forgettable actors that have won an OSCAR for best actor (Ray). Come on show some respect. I understand if you don't like the album just right that you didn't like the album but don't hate on the artist. Listen to the album if you like smooth party music you'll love this one.
  • SLOW

    5
    By Purrsizt
    I don't know what you people are talking about this album is awesome!!!!! Especially "Slow, rainman, overdose, weekend lover, and OMG that Freakin me song is so great!!!! i would have bought it just for these songs!!!! i almost didn't get it because of the reviews, I am so glad I decided to get it, even though I am 8 months late.:)
  • Awesome album

    5
    By U.S.S Enterprise
    Just bought his album and saw his concert last night, people say he couldn't really sing but hearing him live was amazing! I'll give it to Jamie the man is really talented, see him live and you'll never regret it! Money well spent..

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