Rosie Lowe - YU
Rosie Lowe
YU
77
May 19

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May 23, 2019
44
Khaled’s signature posse song construction, with no less than two features on most tracks, has been proven successful in his past (ie. Major Key) but can easily become overwhelming if artists are not paired correctly. Or in the instance here, if the production has little compatibility with the artists.
May 21, 2019
85
A rocky relationship, the core theme here, guides to self discovery and the nuances of love. That rockiness and feelings that come with companionship naturally collide into a Flower Boy, Cherry Bomb hybrid; the perfect marriage of not only past and present mindsets but also new and diehard fans.
May 20, 2019
58
He strips everything back musically and emotionally. It's too bad these emotions fall flat short of the words and have little to no translation through his horribly lazy presence.
May 19, 2019
77
YU guides the listener in and out of a romantic chasm full of familiar lush synths and subtle sticky melodies. There’s something about Rosie’s sultry rhythm that puts me in a trance without becoming tiresome. Engaging from front to back, YU is an ease to replay with little to no filler in sight. And might I add, a vinyl must.
May 15, 2019
70
The bar is set quite high for females in this rnb arena thus far, and that’s all thanks to Solange, Ari Lennox, Lafawnda, Mereba, Kehlani and more. LEGACY! LEGACY! sits comfortably in the middle of its competitors. Jamila has a powerful presence and can convey strong lush emotions with ease. And the lyrical quality is almost always great, but the busy production and lack of tonal consistency veer into unstableness from time to time. There’s nothing egregiously wrong here. I foresee ... read more
May 15, 2019
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