|Released March 10, 2009|
Release date 10 March 2009
Artist J. Holiday
Label Capitol Records
Carrington House and Christian Boy Studios in Atlanta
Signature Sound Studios, The Red Room and The Music House in Sherman Oaks|
Round 2 (2009) Guilty Conscience (2014)
Producers The-Dream, Ne-Yo, Jasper Cameron
Genres Contemporary R&B, Hip hop music
Similar Back of My Lac', Guilty Conscience, Love vs Money, Forever in a Day, Stronger with Each Tear
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Round 2 is the second studio album by American recording artist J. Holiday, it was released on March 10, 2009, by Music Line Group and Capitol Records. It is the follow-up to his debut album, Back of My Lac', which was released in 2007. The album was supported by the lone single, "It's Yours".
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- Commercial performance
- Critical reception
- Track listing
Upon release, Round 2 received critical acclaim from music critics, who complimented its production and songwriting.
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The first single "It's Yours", was released on December 16, 2008. A music video was released.
The second single that was supposed to be released was Fall, but due to label problems it was canceled like "Come Here" on his previous album.
The album sold 55,000 copies in its first week and debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. The album has sold 300,000 copies in the United States.
The album received critical acclaim from music critics. Andy Kellman of Allmusic said, "Holiday instead delivers a second album that is not a retread. It's not a reinvention, either, but the roster of collaborators is almost completely different, and Holiday all but eliminates the tough guy and stoner talk". Mark Edward Nero of About.com said Round 2 is a well-sung, well-written, well-produced album, but the one negative is that it's a little bland and leans too much on love songs. Slavik Nathan of DJBooth.net stated Round 2 finds Holiday shifting away from Lac’s harder-edged image in favor of a smoother sound, resulting in a well-crafted album that shows that while Holiday’s got a ways to go before he reaches elite status, no one will ever be able to call him a one-hit wonder again.
Credits for Round 2 adapted from Allmusic.