Tweet - Charlene
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 7 ratings
February 26, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Entertainment One / Label
Neo-Soul, R&B / Genres
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NOW Magazine

As on her other best material, Charlene contains some of the most beautiful vocal arrangements in contemporary R&B.


One of the pleasures of Charlene is how we can now enjoy Tweet — years removed from the burden of carrying Aaliyah’s legacy — as a startlingly unique voice in her own right, a fact that we sometimes forgot during her brief reign on Top 40.

Tweet has lost nothing vocally while gaining a decade's worth of wisdom. As ever, she exudes euphoria, longing, and irritation with the slightest of adjustments, and remains one of the best soft-voiced, low-volume singers around.

Tweet’s songwriting on Charlene is profound enough for us to feel something but doesn’t go over the top with wild emotions. Most of the tracks deal with the commonalities and quirks associated with love; something Tweet appears to have much experience with.

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Track List

  1. Intro: Soulfully Yours, Charlene
  2. Magic
  3. Won't Hurt Me
  4. Priceless
  5. Interlude: All I See Is You
  6. Somebody Else Will (feat. Missy Elliott)
  7. Addicted
  8. Neva Shouda Left Ya
  9. The Hardest Thing
  10. Got Whatcha Want
  11. Interlude: Will You Be Here
  12. I Didn't Know
  13. Dadada.....Struggle
  14. I Was Created for This
  15. Outro: I Surrender
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Added on: January 31, 2016