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Nina Sky
Nina Sky
Nina Sky
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
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All Artists: Nina Sky
Title: Nina Sky
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Umvd Labels
Release Date: 6/29/2004
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
Styles: Teen Pop, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 602498626511, 0602498626511

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Toni Boston | Charlotte NC | 12/10/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I am shocked at how many people gave this cd 5 stars? Wow, do you actually know good singing when you hear it? Those that gave this cd 5 stars, obviously do not. Have you heard these girls live? OMG..... I definitely give credit where credits due but listening to the first single and to the collabo with Nore...uughhhhhhh!

Thanks but I'll pass"
Who Is Nina Sky?
Dorrie Wheeler | 07/07/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Nina Sky's debut self titled album is in stores now. If the group's name doesn't ring a bell you certainly have heard their infectious summer hit "Move Ya Body." No--Beyonce doesn't sing that song. When the song first hit in clubs so many people thought that was B, it doesn't even sound like B..okay maybe it is along the line of "Naughty Girl" Beyonce but this song is performed by 18 year old identical twins Natalie and Nicole Albino. The New York natives are signed to Next Plateau/Universal Records. The song "Move Ya Body" has become one of the most played songs of the summer and is making it's presence felt on the music charts and on MTV's video show TRL.Nina Sky's debut album is so diverse and is mad hot. Like fire. The hits go on and on. The song "You Deserve" is crazy and features legendary singer Betty Wright. This song would be the perfect next single for this group. "Turnin' Me On" is another club banger that could be the flipside for "Move Ya Body."The stand out best song on the album is "Your Time." This song could put Nina Sky over the top. The chorus is melodic and music fans of all ages will appreciate this song.The song "Surely Missed" is a classic R&B cut.The production on the album is very good. There are so many good songs on the album and the interludes are enjoyable.Their melodies and voices do remind you of Beyonce and Destiny's Child, which isn't a bad thing to be compared to a multi-platinum group. It is clear that they were somewhat influenced by the group. Some songs might even remind you of U.K. artist Miss Dynamite. Nina Sky has a lot of depth so their music will remind you of lots of different artists. They experiment with reggae, pop, hip hop, R&B and other musical styles on their debut, so it's impossible to put these young ladies in a box.The album starts off rather uptempo but takes a darker, more mature and serious tone on cuts 10 & 11. The girls are back in a party mood on the #11 track "Holla Back."
With the right type of promotion this album can be one of the biggest albums by a debut artist this year. Be sure to pick up Nina Sky's debut.The reason for 4 stars is because something, just a little something was missing or went awry towards the last 4 tracks. I can't put my finger on it. Maybe I was looking for that one last cut to just put the album over the top."
It has substance but no good vocals
the_urban_prince | Birmingham, Alabama United States | 12/08/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)

"nina sky is a weired combination of good subject matter with horrible vocales.the song about their dead friend was good but like i said they really cant sing. they can carry a tune but thats it.the production on this cd was unique and different though.but it has nothing to offer as far as singing talent.the only nail in the coffin for this album is the fact that they can't sing.but if they could this would be a 4 star album easily"