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Fearless

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An album by a great vocalist championed by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Missy Elliott, Faith Evans & Kindred among others.
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  • Audio CD (September 23, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: J-Records
  • ASIN: B001CJOHG6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Jazmine Sullivan caught my ear for the first time when I heard the exceptional first single from FEARLESS, "Need U Bad". The voice for me resurrected Lauryn Hill, who is one of my very favorite singers. Jazmine possesses soul in every song that she sings on FEARLESS, whether it is contemporary R&B or full on neo-/retro- soul favoring say Amy Winehouse. Face it, Jazmine can blow! This exceptionally consistent debut album that will probably be underrated as far as commercial sales ultimately is one of my favorite urban releases of 2008. Jazmine has successfully blended a plethora of styles and maintained sultry alto vocals all in the mix. There isn't a "flat" or bad song on FEARLESS in my mind.

"Bust Your Windows" opens the album brilliantly given and old school vibe the Mark Ronson could've easily produced for an Amy Winehouse album. In fact, here I believe Sullivan somewhat tries to embody that Etta James, Winehouse sound with her "extravagant" vocals. She sounds killer here that for sure. On "Need U Bad", Missy, as much as I hate to say it, isn't necessary at all as far as appearing on the track (yes she helped to write that brilliant song). Jazmine sounds fantastic with the tropical inspired beat supporting her. With that aside though, the track still sounds as if it could've easily appeared on a 70s soul album. "My Foolish Heart" keeps the momentum going with its great production work and with Jazmine's phenomenal vocal performance. "Lions, Tigers & Bears" keeps up the pace putting production absent of drums behind Ms. Sullivan. The result is vintage soul.

"Call Me Guilty" is great also, while "One Night Stand" is absolutely one of the best of FEARLESS.
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Jazmine Sullivan has a wonderful voice, it's rocky, deep and has a very extensive range. It sounds like nothing on the radio these days, especially when a voice such as hers at times takes on a soulful operatic quality as on "Bust Your Windows," with it's layered strings and handclaps. To take note of that production is to take note of the whole CDs nuances of sonic tweaks and bleeps that don't overpower her voice or the material. More often than not, the writing verges on excellent, especially on "Lions, Tigers & Bears." That song and the contemplative and deceptively simplistic "Fear" has hit written all over it.

There has been such a deep void of expressive women that have the ability to utter more than what women have been reduced to on radio, we've been reduced to nothing more than begging or whoring around ... in the really popular song, we do both at the same time.

Sullivan has made a great debut, at such a young age, and hopefully she continues to make amazing music, she's needed.
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Every year brings about a few notable newcomers to the music scene, although the longevity of them is often questionable. Like Keyshia Cole three years before, 2008 saw the debut of a big-voiced, passionate singer whose album proved to be one of the best of the year. Prior to her own release, Jazmine Sullivan was a songwriter, who had written for Fantasia and Christina Milian's single "Say I". Reminiscent of Lauryn Hill, Jazmine crafted an excellent debut, having a major hand in writing each of the tracks (she is credited first on all of them). Between the power of her voice, and the depth of her writing, Jazmine's debut easily indicates her as an artist to watch in the coming years.

"Bust Your Windows" starts things off, showcasing a woman scorned and set on revenge. With its darker, haunting music the track has Jazmine singing of destroying her cheating ex's car in attempt to make herself feel better. Right away, this track allows Jazmine's voice to shine, particularly with the emotion it evokes. The bridge is particularly haunting ("You broke my heart, so I broke you car/You caused me pain, so I did the same"). Despite the vengeance here, Jazmine twists it slightly at the end, questioning why it hasn't made her feel better. "Need U Bad" talks of wanting an ex back, regretting your mistake of letting him go. Although it's not quite as powerful as the first track, it's a great way to show the softer side to Jazmine. It's also one of the most relatable songs, speaking of needing someone's love as much as you need air. Even Missy Elliott's ad libs can't mar this track. "My Foolish Heart" talks about how your heart will do things that you know it shouldn't ("my foolish heart will trust just anyone/it's so naïve").
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I think Jazmine Sullivan is a fantastic breath of fresh air for those of us who are hankering for young female R&B artists who don't feel the need to be half naked to sell an album. Her voice is beautiful, the first album is a solid stepping stone for breaking into the industry as the CD as a whole is strong. As she develops as an artist she will become stronger and stronger. As a side note, this CD is really funny to me because she's just so damn HONEST! And that's what appeals to me. Come on, don't get high and mighty like you never busted a dude's windows (or thought about it) or wanted his best friend instead of him? LOL, she's just being real. Keep at it, Ms. Sullivan. I see you doing big things. :-)
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Track 4: Lions, Tigers & Bears
i agree its one of my fav songs off the cd has to be a tie between that one and after the hurricane....
Nov 13, 2008 by K. COLE |  See all 4 posts
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