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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 29, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • ASIN: B0002ABV1U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,274 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Erica Anderson on January 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Let me just say that I am not a fan of r&b music. Never have, never will. Still there are always a few exceptions like Sade and Seal, now it is Nina Sky. Nina Sky is actually two sisters, Natalie and Nicole Albino. Both sisters took their first two letters of their names to create Nina, and I forgot where the Sky part came from.

In recent months I have found myself grooving to their hit single "Move Ya Body" which led me to feel compelled to get this album. It is irresistably catchy. I especially love the part where they sing the lyrics to a Shannon song that was big in the '80s. The entire album is dips deep into r&b and a little dancehall to create a catchy, funky album. Most of the cd is actually good. There were a couple of weak tracks such as "Turnin' Me On" and the unnecessary "Goodbye (Interlude)" track. Asides from "Move Ya Body", my favorite tracks on the album is "Runaway", "In a Dream" (remix), and "Temperature's Rising". Those three songs really stood out with me. As I am listening to Nina Sky's debut album, I feel like I am listening to Destiny's Child and a little Alicia Keys. Their vocals to me just bore a striking resemblence to those women.

I don't care if Nina Sky ends up as a one hit wonder act. I enjoy this album. Good party album. Definitely my guilty pleasure of 2005 so far.
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Nina Sky's debut self titled album is in stores now. If the group's name doesn't ring a bell you certainly have heard their infectious summer hit "Move Ya Body." No--Beyonce doesn't sing that song. When the song first hit in clubs so many people thought that was B, it doesn't even sound like B..okay maybe it is along the line of "Naughty Girl" Beyonce but this song is performed by 18 year old identical twins Natalie and Nicole Albino. The New York natives are signed to Next Plateau/Universal Records. The song "Move Ya Body" has become one of the most played songs of the summer and is making it's presence felt on the music charts and on MTV's video show TRL.
Nina Sky's debut album is so diverse and is mad hot. Like fire. The hits go on and on. The song "You Deserve" is crazy and features legendary singer Betty Wright. This song would be the perfect next single for this group. "Turnin' Me On" is another club banger that could be the flipside for "Move Ya Body."
The stand out best song on the album is "Your Time." This song could put Nina Sky over the top. The chorus is melodic and music fans of all ages will appreciate this song.
The song "Surely Missed" is a classic R&B cut.
The production on the album is very good. There are so many good songs on the album and the interludes are enjoyable.
Their melodies and voices do remind you of Beyonce and Destiny's Child, which isn't a bad thing to be compared to a multi-platinum group. It is clear that they were somewhat influenced by the group. Some songs might even remind you of U.K. artist Miss Dynamite.
Nina Sky has a lot of depth so their music will remind you of lots of different artists.
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Nina Sky is a pair of twins, two sisters who both can actually sing. No, they do not have the most unique or stand out vocals but in this industry where some of the weakest singers get the most attention, it is refreshing to hear from some newcomers who can simply sing. They do not have many vocal gymnsatics or acrobatics but they know the meaning of being in-tune, harmony and on-key and pitch. These are terms that so many people need to learn. MOVE YA BODY has blown up to be one of the biggest summer jams but unlike last year's by Lumidee-IF yOU WANT ME TO STAY, these are some good voices.

NINA SKY IS- This intro produced by DJ Cipha is a nice intro with some nice note scaling in the background and a voice that presents to you Nina Sky.

MOVE yA BODY- The ubiquitous Summer 2004 hit featuring Jabba and produced by Elijah Wells and Lionel Birmingham, everyone pretty much knows this song so it needs no description. It has a lot of energy and it is not really disposable as so many poppish or summer hits are. A

yOU DESERVE- Produced by Elijah Wells and Lionel Birmingham again and featuring 70s soul singer Betty Wright (who helped to helm Joss Stone's Soul Sessions debut), this song that features Betty giving advice with Nina Sky to a girl about what they deserve romantically. The song has some nice vocals, the different parts of the mid-tempo work together well and it is catchy. The song stuck out to me when I first listened to it. Betty Wright, though strained vocals, still adds a lot with her wisened and experienced vocals making the song more believable. A

TURNIN' ME ON- Produced by DJ Cipha and Jack Move and Disco D, this cut is another uptempo in the vein of MOVE yA BODY.
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This album is one of thoses rare album that you can put in and listen to from the start to the end! let me break it down for you...
1.Intro- This is where you get to know NS(nicole and nat) Nicole talks about who Nina Sky is simple as that and you can hear there angelic voices in the background.
2.Move ya body- the track that started it ALL if you ain't heard this song you need to hear it! what more can i say One of the best tracks on the album very catchy
3.You Deserve- Fantaboulus track lol it features RnB legend Betty Wright The girls talk about leaving a good that is no good for you and how you are more than that Wonderful beat something you can ride to.
4.Turnin' Me on- Another HOT club track very enjoyable will be stuck in your head for days no wonder its the next single.
5.Let it go- Lovely track ejoys this song alot 4 out of 5 stars.
6.Goodbye (interlude)- lol very funny interlude Nat sings about leaving a boy while Nicole plays the guitar.
7.Your Time- Best track on the album should be a single everything about it is perfect! Just have to listen for yourself.
8.Runaway- A song where the girls try someting differnt than Rnb and Hip Hop it's like a house track where the lyrics catch you and you just have to listen the girls sing about getting away for a min.
9.In a Dream- Another House track same as above still enjoyable.
10.Surely Missed- A great track also everyone can relate to this track about losing a loved one, the beat is very lovely the girls pour there heart out on this track.
11.Temperature's Rising (Prelude)- nothing much but a little intro to get you ready for the next track!
12.Temperature's Rising- WoW WOW wow this track is just GREAT the girls really sing the best on this track!
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