While I don't think Tulisa's solo debut 'The Female Boss' is as bad as many people make it out to be, there are definitely some areas where it is lacking. The Intro and Outro are a little cheesy and probably could have been left off the record, while there are some obvious filler songs. The overall theme of the album is a little bit of a mess with a variety of genres being sampled. While I'm all for experimentation in music I feel as though there's a bit too much of it going on in this album and it could of benefited from having a more cohesive sound. On a more positive note though, there are some good songs on the album. My personal favourites are the No. 1 single 'Young', the dancy 'Live It Up' and the feel good 'Live Your Life'. 'British Swag' and 'Visa', while being a little cringey, are actually quite catchy as well. Overall the album is quite an interesting listen but is probably one of those albums you will either like or dislike. There isn't really any in between. I highly recommend listening to the singles first as they provide a good preview of the differing sounds of the album as a whole. If you like the singles then I highly recommend purchasing the album, as despite it's flaws it is a pretty fun listen when you're in the mood.