Out of all the rap artists who emerged from Atlanta during the late 2000s, B.o.B — who was only 17 when he signed his first major-label record deal — was one of the most unique.
His borderline eccentricity and artistic mind, belied by his music’s conventional Dirty South sound, raised his stock above that of his Southern contemporaries and welcomed comparisons to OutKast (specifically, that group’s offbeat half, André 3000).
His commercial breakthrough came in 2010, a year in which 3 of his early singles either topped or peaked within the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. All of those hits went platinum, as did several others that followed during a 3-album run with Atlantic, after which the rapper/producer went independent.
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