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Her second step from the first step,
This review is from: Never Say Never (Audio CD)
I must say, I really like this Album. I remeber hearing the Song Brandy did with Mase (On Top of The World) in 1998,
& my Classmates whom were forcing me to sing it, made me state Mase's verse, but I was way too timid to finish off
the rest. One even said that I was not that good. This was where she showed her depth, & experience in Songs like
The Boy Is Mine (with Monica), Almost Does'nt Count, Have Yoy Ever, & Put That on Everything, which show just what
she was feeling, & learning prior to the Album's release. it was at a point where R&B had amazing lyrics, raw
emotion, smooth melodies, & tight beats.
I strongly advise those whom are craving for that Soul And R&B feeling (unlike the Pop bs that has replaced real
Soul And R&B) to purchase this.... I have to say it is well worth the experience. This was 1998!