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All of Me

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All Of Me follows the Grammy Award-winning singer's 2008 US debut, Shine. The new album is heralded by two critically acclaimed singles, "Fall In Love (Feat. Nas)," and "Break My Heart (Feat. Rick Ross)."
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B003ZHQVJY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By R. Clarke on November 21, 2012
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In All of Me we see Estelle maturing quite a bit. Her main focus is on relationships, their joys, their troubles, longing etc. In this however the playfulness is gone. It is almost as if there was a bad breakup that put her in a shell and now she is breaking free. The collaborations were not bad especially the first and the last one. All in all however her voice has matured and become more controlled as she demonstrates that she has learned a lot in 4 years. I just miss the playful side and hope that after this "catharsis" she can find a nicer balance. In other words, gimme something I can dance to.
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By M on March 3, 2012
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Really upbeat. The interludes are kind of lame. Maybe they are not lame; maybe I am too old(34) to understand their usefulness. The last track with Janelle Monae was a great way to end an otherwise uninspiring album.
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I like 'Thank you' and the one with Rick Ross, I think it is called 'dont break my heart'. I love her voice, the beats she chose and enjoyed the ad libs (storytelling/interludes) between songs but they got old after awhile. Too love jonesy but cool CD.
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British born singer Estelle is what one consider a multi-faceted performer. She's great at doing hip hop as well as R&B and dancehall. She put all of those talents to use on her 2004 debut "The 18th Day"- a record that had seen considerable success in the United Kingdom. As talented as she was, she initially had trouble getting in the American music market. That was about to change when John Legend (who appeared on two songs on her debut) signed her to his Atlantic distributed imprint Homeschool Records as the flagship artist. A few years later, she released her sophomore album- and major label debut- "Shine", an album that was mostly hip hop and dancehall inspired. She landed a huge hit on American shores with the Kanye West featured "American Boy", which was produced by will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas. Shortly after the release of "Shine", she ran into controversy over her comments about the issue of race in the British music industry. When the controversy died down, she pressed on to work on her third album which was originally scheduled for release in 2010.

After a couple of false starts and a few singles that didn't chart, Estelle finally released "All Of Me" in early 2012. On this new album, she drives home the point of making a straight ahead R&B record. The album is largely devoid of her rapping, save for the Orthodox & Ransum produced opening track "The Life" as well as the song about self-respect "Speak Ya Mind". She gets help from Rick Ross on the Don Cannon produced single "Break My Heart" as well as labelmate Janelle Monae on the Ne-Yo penned and produced ode to individuality "Do My Thing". Estelle also gets help from Chris Brown and Trey Songz on the David Banner produced track about touring musicians "International (Serious)".
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By Marcel Lee on October 4, 2012
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The title, All Of Me, sets listeners up for some major disappointment given the fact that this is the same Estelle who, in 2008, presented to the world one of the best songs of the year. If this album represents all of her, in other words, she doesn't have a lot of good to offer. Nevermind the fact that none of these songs even come close to American Boy. The problem is that they aren't all that (catchy) in their own rite.

She's a girl who makes a big deal of not being like other girls. At one point, she mentions how getting married and having kids aren't for her, despite what her dad had in mind. But the romantical topics she covers on most of these songs, two of which have the word "Love" in the title, are oh so typical. They're listenable though. The chatty interludes, titled and listed as if they were more songs, are intellectually annoying.

The chorus on Speak Ya Mind sounds like Beyoncé's Rather Be With You and Adina Howard's Freak Like Me, but melodic similarities are bound to happen. What I don't get is why Estelle feels the need to rap when her singing voice sounds so much better. It's not smooth enough to save the album; that would've been up to the melodies; but give it a breezy beat with a couple of Rick Ross verses and it makes for nice vibes.

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Estelle returns to the R&B scene after a multi-year hiatus following her flagship album, Shine. Shine was a superb, well crafted effort that yielded one signature hit, "American Boy," featuring ubiquitous rapper Kanye West. Unfortunate for Shine was the `one-hit-wonder' status that the album received, despite how incredibly solid the material was. Further unfortunately for Estelle is that All Of Me does the British starlet no favors and delivers no hits the caliber of "American Boy." Sure, "American Boy" may have been a novelty cut, but it was the song that not only won Estelle her only Grammy, but also established her in the industry as a lucrative artist. All of Me does not try to supersede Shine, and is a more flawed, less alluring album overall. There are some shining moments, but no `crowning achievements' per say.

"The Life" opens sincerely with Estelle's a cappella vocals, but it never comes off as incredibly fresh or new. Sure, Estelle begins rapping, like on "Wait A Minute (Just a Touch)," but the performance is less enthralling. "The Life" lacks energy to an extent, regardless of its solid, though not necessarily exceptional production work. It's not a bore, but it's not valedictory. "International (Serious)" is a much better cut, featuring Chris Brown and Trey Songz. It's not the `freshest' collaboration or cut either, but there is enough potential. David Banner's production work is a highlight, as are Estelle's vocals. The cut technically isn't too long at just under 4 minutes, but the repetitiveness at times does make it seem the slightest bit longer than it is.
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