Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
To Whom It May Concern
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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New Jack Swing at it's very, very best
James Montgomery | 09/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After releasing their decent (but dated) debut self titled album featuring the US hit "My Heart Is Failing Me", Riff then had a smash hit with the Dallas Austin produced title track from the Wesley Snipes movie "White Men Can't Jump". After that hit, hopes were high for this set, and it surpasses these expectations. This album reminds me of Blackstreet's debut album in both quality and feel. Surprisingly (considering the excellence of the album) there were no really big name producers, just Bernard Belle (Former Teddy Riley collaborator) and The Characters; Troy Taylor and Charles Farrar. There's gorgeous slow jams like the title track and some awesome upbeat songs "Judy Had A Boyfriend", "Adjust Your Love" and "Hold On Me". Pleasingly there is no filler tracks just killer tracks. So if you loved Blackstreet's debut album (their best) and would love some quality jack swing pick this album up even if it is a little pricey. P.S. These guys can sing with some powerhouse vocal performances."