Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
I'm Movin on
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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Five stars for Movin' On!
D. Molina | California United States | 10/19/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Full of zesty, modern R&B dance tracks, I'm Movin' On, Ce Ce's third album, further establishes her as a good-time crooner and achieves her diva status. This time around, she's after something different. Her crisp hard beats and cool funk loops really dominate. Most of the songs on I'm Movin' On shine particulary bright. "Sprung On You (Groove Me)" benefits from cool, understated brass; by the end of the song, the atmosphere is lit to acid jazz. Her cover of Jocelyn Brown's "Somebody Else's Guy" runs smoothly along with a boogie piano. She sings with a bold resolve, being straightforward and to the point. Being one of the rare artists to successfully make the transition from club-style dance music to mainstream R&B, I'm Movin On finds Peniston moving into the urban arena with a most pleasing outcome. On I'm Movin' On, she feels she's learned the lessons from her first and second albums. She's movin' on to the next level through experience and staying confident. There's plenty to look forward to on I'm Movin' On, as she showcases her interest in Dance and R&B. You won't be disappointed after listening to the track "House Party" or "Somebody Else's Guy." These songs have infectious and danceable melodies with innovative beats. You'll be delighted to know that Ce Ce delves deeper into her R&B-influenced musical background with tunes such as "Last To Know," a mid-tempo ballad about a cheating partner, written by the singer herself. She was very careful selecting tracks for her third album and made sure they stuck true to her style. On I'm Movin' On, she maintains her realness, and explores all the various dimensions of her voice and musical tastes. Ce Ce Peniston continues to prove that she's got what it takes to stick it out for the long haul as she ventures into the streets with sassyness, savvy, and hitting the mark everytime. If you don't already own this CD, then I recommend you make this your next buy!"
Just not the same CeCe that made such a lasting impression a
Glen Zimmerman | West Bumblefuch, USA | 10/25/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Not that this album is by any means horrible, but here CeCe decided to be a more straight-up soul singer instead of the neo-disco diva that most people know and love her as. Her singing skills haven't gotten any worse, but this just doesn't knock you out the way that "Finally" and "Thought Ya Knew" do."