Gone are former collaborators the Underdogs and the Neptunes. In their place is relative newcomer 253, who takes over a majority of the production duties. While the music lacks the inventiveness or lushness of Pharrell and Co., the wiry electro R&B suits Omarion's tenor and the album's more club-oriented focus. Still, the hooks are less than memorable, and songs such as "Temptation" and "Sweet Hangover" tend to meander when you want them to soar. But lead single "I Get It In" is a monster, thanks in part to a guest verse from Gucci Mane.