Ok, so this kind of record annoys me.
And do not get me wrong, this is not about disagreeing with the views presented here or anything like that. Nor I underestimate the passion of Jazmine Sullivan. The problem with this album is that it becomes too preachy for its own good, and while it addresses important issues on social justice and female sexuality, its artistic value does not impress.
Too many intermissions, bad flow, and as for the actual songs, well, I cannot admit that are that great ... read more