Thursday, June 26 @ Miller Lite Oasis, 10 p.m.
Funny thing about B.o.B, though: Unlike Hammer, he’s actually pretty good at flip-flopping. With shameless club fodder like “We Still in This Bitch” (featuring T.I. and Juicy J) and bangers like “Ready” (featuring Future), Underground Luxury is a consistently lively listen and a far more fun, carefree record than 2012’s self-important Strange Clouds, which awkwardly paired B.o.B with pop stars like Taylor Swift and Chris Brown. It turns out B.o.B was never the rebellious weirdo he passed himself off as on Bobby Ray. All along he was just a chameleon, a Zelig-like figure with a gift for adapting to the times and doing whatever it takes to stay on the charts, if not on his terms then on somebody else’s.