"Being honest, I should say that I'm not really feeling a lot of female rnb/hip-hop, they just don't do it for me (apart from Missy) they chat/whine about money, who can do who better, but this was amazing.I remember first hearing it at my friends house in 1996, and I bought it straight after. To this day, it's one of the best albums I own as well as one of the best rnb albums I own. I have a lot of respect for her and her music. Simply put, it's a wonderful piece of work.It's real laid back, moody, jazzy - true fans of the genre will not be disappointed. She even stays clear of the commercial formulae by having tracks up to 6/7 mins long, and if you're wandering whether or not she can hold a track that long...she can.I can't even pick any top tracks, because once it's on, it plays all the way through.I'm honoured to have it.PEACE EASY"
Doin' It Her Way
Sonky | Birmingham, UK | 05/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What a great album this is and what such an underrated one it is. This woman can sing. There are some artists who just have good production on an album to make it sell but this one has that as well as a good voice which I can only describe as strong and smooth. For some reason her voice always reminds me of honey. I'd recommend this album to anyone that's after something to relax to aswell as for those romantic evenings. It's a more than decent album to listen to."
Sonky | 11/29/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was a very nice cd. I purchased it on cassette in 1997 & played it until the tape wore thin. This is truly a collectible.
All this woman needs is a concrete producer & promoter!One Love"
A Good, Not Great Debut.
WILLIE A YOUNG II | Houston, TX. | 06/23/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Her remake of Gloria Gaynor's disco hit, into a soul gem is a stroke of genius and one of many highlights here. Tight production, great sound quality and a fair share of variety make this a good CD. "Turned Away", "All Night, All Day" and "90 in The Red" are my favorite cuts and they all sparkle with a mid to late 90's commercial soul sheen, but there is also a bit too much filler to make this a true soul classic. The title track makes this worth owning, THIS is what a remake should really be!"