I love this album and I can't believe that I have only recently heard of Nneka. I agree with the other reviewer that she is a bit reminiscent of Lauryn Hill, but personally I like this album better than 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill'. It has a variety of styles - soul, hip hop,reggae and more and she also has political points to make.
Everything is sung with feeling and often passion and all the musical backing is perfectly judged. There are no duff tracks and it's hard to find favourites, but I really love 'Confessions'- a song of unrequited love which is just 4+ minutes of goosebumps, and 'God of Mercy' (part rap part song)and 'The uncomfortable truth'.
BUY IT! IT'S BRILLIANT!