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Entervention

Havana Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (May 25, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Skoolcraft Music Group
  • ASIN: B003G0LPSC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #668,790 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Freestyle, smoothed out on the R&B tip with a pop appeal to it! --Garth Trinidad, KCRW, Chocolate City

Havana has another classic on her hands... --Stone, The Couch Sessions

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R&B, Pop, Soul & Electro... Havana has blended the hotness of these elements together on her knows-no-boundaries new album Entervention an auditory sensation that s sexy like a sweet-and-sour Mojito on summer s day. The Entervention project is me actually dealing with my past by venting my frustrations through my music. I am taking the opportunity to share more of my feelings, feelings that I haven't touched on until now. Entervention follows up Havana s 2005 debut album L.I.F.E., whose standout single Shine was produced by Grammy nominated producer, Nicolay. Her debut LP also caught the attention of big names like NBC, Scion and Adidas who each respectively licensed Havana s music for various mediums. Those large corporate names have been equally balanced by Havana s success as an independent artist on the Detroit-bred, San Diego-based label Skoolcraft Music Group, where L.I.F.E. has sold an impressive 18,000 units (physical & digital) to date. Havana is an artist who defies predictable first-impressions and typical stereotypes. Part street, all real talk, Havana s progressive, electronic hyper-soul can spin at the club, at a house party, or on the stereo on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Her new album, Entervention, features production from forward thinking West Coast producers like Trackademicks (Kid Sister, Teedra Moses, Honor Roll), 1.o.a.k (Honor Roll), Brook D Leau (J*Davey) and GB (Flora Purim, Dwight Trible) celebrates the coming to grips of Havana s tumultuous upbringing, using music to express her experiences and family issues, but never forgetting to have fun along the way.

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5.0 out of 5 stars " ENTERVENTION " August 26, 2014
Format:MP3 Music
It is astounding to think how reality television has ruled the airwaves since the birth of Survivor more than a decade ago. And there are several types of reality from which viewers can choose: from those who are transformed by new wardrobe (What Not to Wear) to everyday people who are suffering with drama in the first degree (any of The Real Housewives series). The point is that viewers can temporarily escape their own personal issues for a short while and turn to others facing their day-to-day messy circumstances. Musical superstars like Monica and Nicki Manoj have carved out their own intense reality scenarios. Raised by parents who were anything but role models, singer/songwriter Havana was more than acquainted with daily drama. When she discovered Mary J. Blige’s landmark 1994 album What’s The 411?, Havana deeply related to the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul’s own personal crisis. The San Diego native spoke about her artistic journey, including why Mary J.’s music solidified the classically trained vocalist’s career choice: “She had this rawness and this rough side to her that paralleled my past. Her coming out and doing that just pushed me in the direction of doing contemporary music.”

Though Havana’s lyrical themes of overcoming life’s obstacles are similar to Blige, her musical style is more left of center. Signed to the San Diego based independent label Skoolcraft Music (whose motto is “Crafting Music for the Future” ) in 2004, Havana has shied away from mainstream R&B arrangements in favor of colorful electronic beats: “We do not want to make music that is trendy. We want to make music that will be classic; that you can still listen to years from now and that you can listen to now.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The cream will eventually rise above!!!!!!!!!!! June 13, 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
hrough her honest-as-Mary J. lyrical life experiences and laid-back musical melodies, Southern California's Havana blends straight hotness together on her knows-no-boundaries new album Entervention.
Entervention follows up Havana's debut album L.I.F.E., which caught the attention of big names like NBC, MTV, Scion and Adidas who linked up with the singer on select licensing deals. Those large corporate names have been equally balanced by Havana's success as an independent artist on the Detroit-bred, San Diego-based label Skoolcraft Music, where L.I.F.E. has sold an impressive 18,000 units (physical & digital) to date.
Havana is an artist who defies predictable first-impressions and lazy stereotypes. Part street, all real talk, Havana's progressive, electronic hyper-soul can spin at the club, at a house party, or on the stereo on a lazy Sunday afternoon.Havana's sophomore project, Entervention, is a concept album based on the turmoil and struggle she encountered while trying to overcome her past. The situations on this album parallel the things Havana saw growing up and her present reality. The tone of 'Entervention' lies in the progressive and upbeat production. Instead of seeking more traditional R&B style production, Havana uses stripped down production with edgey beats to accomplish this great album.
Standout tracks include
'In Touch',
'journal'
'Nitelife'
'higher'
But i have to say there are no weak tracks.
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4.0 out of 5 stars underated star August 3, 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This sistar ought to be played on mainstream radio, shine some light on her, she's a talented artist,thumbs up to entervention
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