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  • Audio CD (September 6, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: S-Curve
  • ASIN: B001AI1Q7M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,918 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Stoop
2. The World Should Revolve Around Me
3. 28 Butts
4. Guys Like When Girls Kiss
5. Liked You Better Before
6. LOL
7. Cryin' For The Queen
8. Black Barbie
9. One Love
10. The Kitchen
11. Go Hard Or Go Home

Editorial Reviews

Blend the old-school R&B sound with a quirky hybrid of hip-hop and pop and you get Little Jackie, the creation of genre-defying singer-songwriter Imani Coppola and multi-instrumentalist Adam Pallin. With a nod to the soulful Motown rhythms of the past and a sneer to many of the social and cultural issues that consume the public today, Coppola has crafted an album of musical sugar and spice, filled with sweet, saccharine-tinged melodies and spicy, bold commentaries.

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I took a chance on this album and I am so glad I did.
A. Pepper
If there's a unifying principle, it's Coppola's intelligent sense of humor and an appealing combination of innocence and posturing.
Rob Szarka
Honestly one of the best in 2008 and good music like this does not come around often.
Kat

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DD Winters on July 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
There is no denying that this album is absolutely fantastic, but the previous reviews are a bit misleading. Little Jackie IS Imani Coppola. It's the group name of her and partner Adam Pallin. The group name is taken from the Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam song "Little Jackie Wants To Be A Star". I know that the vocals are credited to "Little Jackie" in the CD notes , but make no mistake, the vocalist and talent behind this is none other than Imani. It's a great extension of her solo work.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James C. McOmber on August 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
It's pretty trite to go on and on about how an R&B singer has "sass" or "attitude". I don't need to tell you that Imani has an attitude that'd make you think thrice before crossing her. In contrast to that, though, judging by the feel-good vibe that emanates from most of her music -- nevermind how caustic the lyrics -- you can tell her main thing is having a good time and tossing aside useless inhibitions with a hearty "Screw it!"

It's not often that I give a largely electronic album this high of praise, but it's certainly deserving of it. I enjoy having these tunes play on repeat in my head -- and Imani's words and delivery make me actually think. The heart, mind, and BOOTY are all appealed to here. That's right. I just said booty.

One question, though -- why is there a huge parental advisory sticker when all the songs are very much edited?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kat on July 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I had never heard of this artist before but I am glad that I surfed the web to the right place. This is a great album. Honestly one of the best in 2008 and good music like this does not come around often. Every song on this album is a 10/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rob Szarka on May 6, 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Given that singer Imani Coppola calls her out on "Cryin' for the Queen", it's inevitable that Little Jackie be compared to the current crop of neo-soul singers exemplified by Amy Winehouse. Little Jackie isn't out-of-place in that company, with an album full of songs that are heavily inspired by the soul sound of the 60s and 70s, but if I had to compare them to a contemporary it would be Lily Allen (or maybe even The Pinker Tones): Coppola's fun, sassy attitude, as well as Adam Pallin's musical programming, is more about plundering the past in the service of creating something new than paying homage.

There's plenty more in the mix, from hip hop (think Pigeon John or Handsome Boy Modeling School) to 80s-era Prince (especially on "The Kitchen"), but the end result is something more than pastiche. If there's a unifying principle, it's Coppola's intelligent sense of humor and an appealing combination of innocence and posturing. This is an upbeat, fun album that's perfect for the beach, but the songs have enough going on below the surface to still be in your playlist when fall arrives. My favorite track is probably "Liked You Better Before", but there are enough great songs here that you should buy the whole album and pick your own. Here's hoping that we hear more soon from this talented team!
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 18, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I am not one to buy music based on something I saw on TV or a movie (that would more likely be my mom lol) but when I heard Litte Jackie perform a couple weeks back on Conan O'Brian I had this urge to check out the CD. Luckily I was able to find it,and the next day there was an almost two hour car trip on a great sunny day to slap this into the CD player and bliss out.AND WHAT A TRIP IT WAS! Almost in an INSTANT my mom and I were sining along to the music!For one this album just about REEKS of New York;this powerful,soulful singer/rapper wails away about how "nothin's got nothin on NYC"-Jackie is obviously from the same area of Brooklyn as my mom and gives a no-nonsense treatment of Imani Coppola's writing,lyrics and production. This plus the highly funkafied mix of vintage Motown,70's soul and modern hip-hop/R&B gives plenty of room for the multi instrumentalist Adam Pallin and a red hot horn section to work some groovalicious musical magic! There is no question that given the chance Little Jackie will come totally into her own as an independant artist less reliant on Imani Copolla and Adam Pallin but considering how talented both those people are Jackie has amazing taste in collaborators and if you see her videos or performances she can work the stage with her band with the same power as Tina Turner or Rufus & Chaka Khan,all the while doing the very thing that made them special;showcasing a great individual identity and a whole lot of spunk. From "The World Should Revolve Around Me" to "I Liked You Better Before" and the title track every song is great!Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher L. Parsons on January 12, 2011
Format: Audio CD
The "All killer no filler" was from iTunes All Music review, the impetus of what made me buy it. Music proves them right. Funny. Smart. Cool. Edgy but warm and rich. Happy surprises at every corner. P.S. the guy who gave it one star review has given 1 or 2 stars to all the music he reviews- apparently he only purchases albums he doesn't like.
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Little Jackie isn't just a duo with Imani Coppola and Adam Pallin; Little Jackie is a whole subgenre! The two music pro's mix 70's strings, 80's beats, and the cleverest lyrics you've ever heard.
"I wanna save a kangaroo from a life in a zoo," announces Coppola on "28 Butts," the album's most carefree jam. That's the kind of candidness that makes Little Jackie so special.In "The Kitchen," Coppola compares a breakup to food cliches (Sample Lyric: Stop eatin' all his bread up), and she busts her lover's tryst via text message on "LOL." She's not afraid to use bad words, and airplay potential is the last thing on this NY duo's minds, but the LP is original and not generic at all; ELO and Missy Elliott were clearly influences on the duo, but they're not copycats: they're the best thing to happen to pop.
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