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Kimberly Scott
Kimberly Scott
Kimberly Scott
Genres: Pop, R&B
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All Artists: Kimberly Scott
Title: Kimberly Scott
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 2/17/1998
Release Date: 2/17/1998
Album Type: Limited Edition
Genres: Pop, R&B
Style: Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646783726

CD Reviews

(5 out of 5 stars)

"Kimberly's voice has the ability to sing emotinal pop ballads like "Tuck Me In" and then she comes back with her searing vcals and mega-octave voice in "Let your Spirit Fly". While the material on this album is not necessarily Billboard mateial, with a good songwriter (ahem...Dianne Warren) Kimberly definatley posses the ability to become one of the biggest stars around."
Pint-sized diva.
Yiannis Psaroudis | soho, ny | 10/31/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"the first question you will have when you hear kimberly scott's self-titled debut album is, "is this girl really only ten?!?" while she's a little older than that now, she wasn't when she began recording. not since tracie spencer swept _star search_ and landed herself a recording contract (p.s. where are you tracie?!?) have listeners been witness to such talent in such youth. scott's voice is robust enough to earn her comparison's to a young gladys knight, who was told from a early age that she had an old soul. "kick it by myself" reveals the pain of heartache without outstepping her age; "i got your back" is a funky fresh testament to true friendship; and "ain't nothin' but a party" is sure to get any party started. the highlight of the album, however, is its premiere release, "tuck me in". again, not trying to be older than she is, scott tears through an emotional tale of the dangers of growing up in the 90s; every parent and child-if not everybody in the world-should be forced to listen to this song. once they do, they'd be instantly hooked on this pint-sized diva who's bound to be climbing the charts for years to come."
She's only 11 years old but she's got something to say!
Browneyes | London | 04/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this album about four years ago after seeing her on the Jenny Jones show and I was blown away. Kimberly has a mature soulful voice which hits the high and the low notes perfectly. You'd never guess her age through her voice. The album's lyrics are excellent and would appeal to her peers and an older generation.

Wyclef has put his stamp on the album and there is another rapper on it who is really good although I have no idea who she is.

My favourite track is "Come to Life". The lyrics in particular give me goosebumps.
Both versions of "Tuck me in" are excellent and more upbeat. In fact there is no track on this album that I would fast forward.

Another song I love is "Never Can Say Goodbye". Although I've heard so many versions of this song (originally by Michael Jackson when he was only about ten)it is Kimberly Scott's version that sticks in my mind.

My only confusion is...where IS Kimberly Scott?? If you are reading this, Kim, please make another album sometime soon. I'd like to think you're just on a break getting an education or something and then you'll be right back!