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Singer, songwriter, rising star and aspiring lawyer?

Not the combination that one would normally expect. But then again there is nothing ordinary about Shontelle – the 23 year-old Bajan singer-songwriter who’s set to take the world by storm after signing with music mogul Steve Rifkind’s SRC records.

Shontelle’s unique story begins in the West Indies on the ... Read more in Amazon's Shontelle Store

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  • Audio CD (18 Oct 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B003U82O80
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 102,799 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  2. Impossible (Main) 3:46£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. No Gravity 3:34£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Take Ova [feat. Pitbull] 4:07£0.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen  6. DJ Made Me Do It (Album Version) [feat. Asher Roth] 3:23£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Love Shop (Album Version) 3:22£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Helpless (Album Version) 3:37£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Kiss You Up (Album Version) 3:17£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. T-Shirt (Radio Killa Remix) [feat. The-Dream] 3:53£0.99  Buy MP3 

Product Description

Shontelle's second studio album, No Gravity contains the singles "Impossible" and "Perfect Nightmare". It was recorded with producer Rodney Jerkins

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lessa on 11 Feb 2013
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Thought I would investigate who originally recorded "Impossible" after hearing James Arthur's version from X Factor.
What a discovery ! I had never heard of Shontelle so this was a very pleasant surprise, such a lovely tone to her voice and well written songs. Enjoy !
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By Alexandra on 1 April 2014
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This is a really good album from Shontelle, much better than the first one, not one song on here that I dislike, would recommend.
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By vizer on 2 Dec 2012
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I like all her songs. I actually bought the song because of the track "Impossible". Shontell has a bright future
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Oct 2010
Format: Audio CD
Shontelle Layne's 2008 debut 'Sontelligence', despite its dreadful title,
was a cracking little album and the single 'T-Shirt' was an absolute hoot!

Sadly Ms Layne's second outing 'No Gravity', steers far closer to the middle
of the road and never quite allows her to deliver the sparkling chutzpah
and energy of which she is eminently capable. The nine new songs and a
laid-back re-take of 'T-Shirt' (featuring The-Dream) attempts to conjure
a coherent feel-good pop-soul hybrid sound but is ultimately scuppered by
the overbearing numbers of writers and producers involved.

The mood is mainly up-beat and dancefloor-friendly and Ms Layne manages
to survive with her talent and dignity largely intact despite guest
appearances from Pitbull on 'Take Ova' (nothing to do with stealing eggs!)
and Asher Roth (doing his dweeby best/worst) on 'DJ Made Me Do It' but to
be honest it's a close call on these two tracks!

There is a rock-chick moment or two on power-ballad 'Say Hello To Goodbye'
(look out Ms Lavigne!) which for my money turns out to be one of the album's
highlights by virtue of its considerable difference from the rest of the set.
She also trys out Alicia Keys' shoes for size on 'Kiss You Up' but sounds totally
constrained by the stiff arrangement and production. (The Choos are too tight!!)

All in all 'No Gravity' is a bit of a mixed bag. Ms Layne has a fine voice
which is never really given a true opportunity to shine within the formulaic
parameters of this decidedly lacklustre musical material. She sounds a like
a caged bird yearning to fly!

What a shame!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Shontelle has a good voice & good music but it doesn't stand out 2 Dec 2010
By A. Gooding - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I bought Shontelle's first album and I had high hopes for her second album. Her debut was good, it had variety but no real personality.

It's easy to like Shontelle, she is pretty and she has a good voice. But it just seems like she hidden in her music. There just isn't any personality or uniqueness in many of the songs. The production and the beats are really good.

The album is a good listen, but it's just rather bland and if you heard it in the clubs or in the mall you probably wouldn't recognize who it is.

The most unique songs are "Impossible","Perfect Nightmare", and "Take Ova". Shontelle's vocals seem the most engaged in these songs, even if the lyrics aren't anything amazingly special.

Other than that, the rest of the music is standard pop that will go through one ear and out the other. It blends in perfectly today with today's music scene. And that can be both a good thing and a bad. She is relevant but not unique. Like say Beyonce has her trademark diva vocals, Ke$ha has her rebelliousness, Katy Perry has her cutesy innuendos, Rihanna has her girl power, Britney has her breathy/sexy vocals, and Taylor Swift has her unabashed honesty. Shontelle doesn't really have any special characteristic to make her own & market in the industry. To be a successful artist you have to have something to trademark.

I enjoyed this album for its dance-ability, nice beats and good vocals. I would only recommend this album as something to listen to in the background or to dance to.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
what a great voice 26 Oct 2010
By Glenn Bell - Published on
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i think her voice is truly amazing and i love her song impossible it almost makes me cry how amazing that song is and it reminds me of someone i use to care about so much (JP) and i wish that babyface would wright songs for her because Shontelle has the kind of voice that i will always love and support so please keep up the good work i love you and i love your voice very well done
Sounds Too Much Like A Previous Rihanna Album 29 Nov 2010
By Lilly - Published on
This album screams Rihanna! It sounds so similar to her "Good Girl Gone Bad" with a bit of her "A Girl Like Me" album. Shontelle's "No Gravity" is very upbeat, happy, smooth, clear, and dance-pop. Shontelle is one of those singers who can sing okay, but is not that great of singer. She has no real emotion, soul, uniqueness, or power. "Impossible" is very generic but was seen as "different" in this day in music because we haven't really heard a pop ballad on the radio in couple of years. Her singing was more like shouting and I found the melodies to be cliché. "Dj Made Me Do It" has a nice, little funky groove to it but is so out of date. It sounds like something recorded back in the late 90's and early 00's. "Perfect Nightmare" has a nice piano intro and then bursts out into this dance beat and gets you moving, "Take Ova" has a nice pop-reggae beat to dance to... everything else sounds so similar. The album definitely has this light, joyful, dance-pop feel to it, but the producer(s) used too many of the same loops and instruments in a lot of the album's singles. It was a nice effort, but just too repetitive, amateur, out-of-date, and I've heard albums like this from unsigned or not promoted much female, music artists.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I Didn't Like It 24 Sep 2010
By Erica Reid - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I was hoping for something better than this after hearing "Impossible" but this album fell short of my expectations. I was not a fan of her first album either but I thought after much time has passed that she would come out with a better second effort and this one sounds like the first. I could not even listen to the whole album in one sitting because it was painfully bad. I think she has a nice voice but this genre may not be for her. I will not listen to any more of this artists music unfortunately.
good for a good time 10 Oct 2010
By Kayuga - Published on
Format: Audio CD
i think the people writing reviews here underestimate the difficulty in writing even one catchy hit song. here, shontelle has managed to write 5.. the first 5 songs really are great, catchy, good beats, nice vocals and good lyrics. they will be stuck in your head. and i do feel she sings them passionately. of course when u only have 9 new tracks, it might seem kinda bad that 4 of them are kinda take it or leave it. but the first 5 are really awesome and i've been listening to them ever since i bought it. kiss u up is okay, and if u liked t-shirt it is again. my only complaint is there arent more songs. but this is a solid cd.
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