Wednesday, June 28, 2006

I Can't Say That I'm Not Lost And At Fault. I Can't Say That I Don't Love The Light And The Dark.

I've been so ensconced in melancholy lately that I needed a good booty shaking. Enter Nelly Furtado and her new album Loose. Masterminded by the most underrated beatmaker next to the late J Dilla, Timbaland really lets his love jones for the 80's take full control on this album. Mixing his trademark stutter beats with synth lines that leave the listener with freezer burn, Timbaland deftly coaxes Nelly out of her sophomore album's deep lull and introduces the world to her inner vixen. Recorded in Miami, the sultry vibe is quite evident in Furtado's delivery. Regaining the ground she lost after her phenomenal debut, Loose is a perfect summertime album. For your listening (dis)pleasure:

Nelly Furtado: Afraid feat. Attitude

Nelly Furtado: Say It Right

Nelly Furtado: No Hay Igual

Nelly Furtado: Glow


Blogger Joe John said...

This album is straight up FIRE. I can't stop listening to it. I don't know why it works, but it does. I'm glad to see Nelly back in the spotlight where she belongs. I mean, even if Timbaland's the only reason she's there.

9:58 PM  
Blogger Jesse a.k.a. The Vicar said...

I agree, it's a great return to form. If Gwen Stefani's solo album had a West Coast 80's vibe, then this is straight up East Coast/NYC 80's.

8:21 AM  
Anonymous Viagra Online said...

Nelly Furtado you are one of the most beautiful and sexy singer in the world, I love your music and you dance like an angel!

3:52 PM  

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