"I heard "Strawberries" when I was like 6 or 7 and now I've found the c.d. This is the most abstract singer I've come across in my life.
STRAWBERRIES (10/10) - The song I fell in love with. A sexy chorded raunchy sex song, good for the bedroom.
DON'T SLEEP (9/10) - A mellow hip-hop track. Don't sleep on her love that she's giving you.
WE FUNK TO QUICK (7/10) - Smooth just went folk on this track. I could see myself singing this song in the future. It's just about f**king too quick, not thinking things through.
ANYTHING I LIKE (6/10) - Yet another track that Smooth went rock/pop on. I'm not sure if this one'll grow on me.
DO YA (8/10) - Smooth comes back to the R&B in this track. Do you really love me or are you playing games.
WISHING WELL (7/10) - Smooth leaves R&B and goes country/folk again. The hook is cool but the part where she goes "Toss your coin in and you will see" isn't cute to me. She could've cleaned that up a little better.
HE THINKS SHE DON'T KNOW (9/10) - Back to R&B, Smooth sings to a video game like melody with a hot bass line and tired vocals, one of my favorites.
IT'S ON (8/10) - This song is somewhat blues/soft rock. Smooth just sings about partying. It's not that bad.
I'M IN LOVE (7/10) - This song is hilarious to me. When the hook comes and the backgrounds say "I'm in love...." And then Smooth comes in: "With another man". My personal opinion, Smooth didn't do so well in this song. She sounds stuffed up and tired. She could've done way better.
WILLING TO FIGHT (8/10) - With an electric guitar, Smooth slams back into R&B. She's willing to fight to keep her man even though he was cheating.
YOU SAID YOU LOVED ME (8/10) - Still maintaining R&B, Smooth does a ballad about how they lost touch when he said he loved her.
LOVING YOU (10/10) - Still R&B, Smooth explains to this guy that she didn't mean to turn him on.
REALITY (8/10) - Leaving R&B for the last time, Smooth goes folks/acoustic once again with the emotional and abstract track about dealing with reality.
#14: (7/10) - Just A computer love remix to "Strawberries". Pretty good.
Other than all that, Smooth isn't that bad. Give her a try."
I love smooth
J. Patterson | Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States | 12/20/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is her best cd. You can clearly see her growth as a artis on this cd. Its a step above her others. She relies on her singing more than rap and this one. I like most of the songs on her. Her best songs are the slow ones which show case her sex appel. Her and adina howard are good at this. #5,7,3,1,11,10, 13 are real good. All mellow. She is under appreciated.THat why I wrote this. Please get this."
Hooked on strawberries!
stephanie | Washington DC | 06/09/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I remember liking the song strawberries when I first heard it on the radio, but it wasn't until I heard it recently that I decided to buy the cd. Most of the songs are ok, but the stand out by far is Strawberries. With it's sexy undertones it really gets you in the mood ! Not only can Smooth rap but she has a sexy singing voice too!"
Smooth is much better than Foxy Brown!
stephanie | 08/14/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Smooth is way better than Foxy Brown and her colleagues. Smooth has the thing that's really sexy and she can really give you some kinda nice grooves."
A R&B Masterpeice!
already platinum. | 03/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Definitely feelin this CD by Smooth. I'm a big fan of her music anyway. It's a must get if you really love mellow R&B. She stepped it up and is showcasing her R&B side more than her rapping like she usually does on her previous two albums. The album cover should showcase it enough. I can't really say what my favorites on the CD because there are too many to choose from. Stop sleepin on the Female Mac!"