Great Brandy Review (Talk of Fame)

Brandy’s “Human” Makes Humility Sound Hot by Albert lawrence

No longer the lovelorn teen that crooned about her daydreams in “Sittin’ Up In My Room”, R&B songbird Brandy emerges from a 4-year studio recording hiatus with Human, an album that shies away from generic club-bangers and opts instead for introspective ballads.

As he proved on Never Say Never and Full Moon, Executive Producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins has a knack for crafting tracks that complement Brandy’s distinct tonal quality. So, while modest at moments (the transparent title track) and valiant in others (the baring “A Capella”), Human never strays from exhibiting Brandy’s ethereal vocals. Further intensifying the album’s depth, Brandy demonstrates her ability to overcome her private battles – that have played out in the media – by embracing personal lyrical content.

Human proves that when you combine the Brandy/Darkchild dynamic with subject matter that transcends romantic cliché, you get a mature project that glows with humility.

So fresh. So Brandy. (Link)

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