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  • Summary: This is the third solo album (and first since 1996) for neo-soul singer Joi Gilliam.
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  1. The music is dark, minimalist funk -- sexy, drowsy, electro-soul.
  2. Some of the best baby-making music since Barry White.
  3. 80
    She reinvents herself as a salacious digital temptress, crooning through soulful slow rollers. [Mar 2002, p.129]
  4. 80
    Tuneful, kinky and deeply rooted in groove--a combination that evokes the best of both Prince and Macy Gray. [Feb/Mar 2002, p.112]
  5. It's sporadically entertaining and intermittently interesting.
  6. 50
    The first thirty minutes are a chaotic mess of style over substance, and while Joi's weirdness immediately sets her apart, "It's Your Life" and "Techno Pimp" are cloying and difficult to listen to.
  7. Failed experiments ("Techno Pimp") and a glut of odd skits and snippets not only seem forced, but make a mainstream move such as the friendly disco of "Missing You" sound equally bizarre.

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