Ultraviolet - Kid Sister
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  • Summary: The debut album for the rap artist features guest appearances by David Banner, Estelle, Kanye West and Too Short. It was originally scheduled to be released as "Dream Date" in 2008.
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 23
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  1. Ultraviolet is brimming with the artist's down-to-earth candidness.
  2. Fun with out being frivolous or dumb, the album lives up to pre-release hype and solidifies Kid Sister as the fiercest new hip-hop female on the block. [Feb 2009, p.107]
  3. 80
    A few cuts ('Big N Bad,' '54321' or 'Step') don’t succeed in showcasing her talents as well as the rest of the album, but Ultraviolet succeeds in bringing together older Kid Sis favorites with new material, and--most importantly--is just a really fun party record.
  4. Though Kid Sister might lack some versatility, her club-friendly material is more than above average, and gleams colorfully if synthetically, like her outstretched hand of freshly painted nails.
  5. Kid Sister is certainly on the right tracks, but Ultraviolet is a sadly patchy affair.
  6. 60
    While the new songs don't reach that across-the-board crossover appeal, there are some synthed-out gems that get a proper unveiling. [Nov/Dec 2008, p.86]
  7. She hits rock bottom on the repetitive, bland Daydreaming. It really does feel like a daydream, this whole idea of crowning a new female rap queen.

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