11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This sought-after backup singer’s debut instantly establishes her rightful place centre stage. Hill’s deep, smoky voice has a retro quality that lends her songs a warm, aged feel. The crackling album opener goes gospel before switching to a funked-up sound that is strongly influenced by producer Prince; meanwhile, electrified neo-soul party track “Turn Up” and the bluesy beauty “Love Trip” sit nicely next to low-key R&B stunners “Angel In the Dark” and “Beautiful Life". The entirety of Back in Time is sprinkled with plenty of Paisley Park magic.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This sought-after backup singer’s debut instantly establishes her rightful place centre stage. Hill’s deep, smoky voice has a retro quality that lends her songs a warm, aged feel. The crackling album opener goes gospel before switching to a funked-up sound that is strongly influenced by producer Prince; meanwhile, electrified neo-soul party track “Turn Up” and the bluesy beauty “Love Trip” sit nicely next to low-key R&B stunners “Angel In the Dark” and “Beautiful Life". The entirety of Back in Time is sprinkled with plenty of Paisley Park magic.

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