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Whoa, Nelly

Whoa NellyNelly Furtado could've been the Brazilian Sheryl Crow crossed with Macy Gray, only dreamier and rhythmic with her debut single I'm Like a Bird. She missed the mark when she incorporated ethnic styles with R&B singing, producing Brazilian gibberish, particularly in Baby Girl. Now her music elevates a little when she becomes jazzy in Legend, her voice though loses a part of its identity. Turn Off The Light starts good but when the cheerleader like refrain kicks in you end up switching the lights on again. After listening to a few track's you begin to think what kind of music your listening' to. Track number 8's about a Party, only you're too intoxicated to enjoy it. My Love Grows Deeper Part I won't excite you either, and suddenly you don't what to know what the sequel will be.

Overall the album is a reflection of the artist's personality, young at mind and in making music. The other problem is the album's diversity did not clearly define what really is Nelly Furtado's music.

by: PALSY
June 2001

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