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Album Review

Lady Sovereign's debut album was the sound of young London coming right off the streets. The grime rapper's sophomore release, Jigsaw, has the same amount of saucy attitude as the first album, Public Warning, and there are almost as many laughable punch lines from the S-O-V. The thin electro-meets-grime-meets-indie productions from the returning Medasyn mix Panic at the Disco, La Roux, and Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me" in varying amounts, adding the occasional live drummer, chamber orchestra, or Cure sample in an effort to keep things interesting. The "top-notch bitch" is triggered when the percussive "I Got the Goods" gets simple, making a memorable chorus out of nothing but boasts. "On & On" features "I'm just trying to blow up like implants," "Food Play" is a fun mix of food and sex that could thrill the South Park character Chef, and the magic of "Guitar" lies in its wonderfully off-key "If I could play guitar then I'd play it/But I can't so I'll just siiiiiiiinnnnnnng." These small victories contrast with meaningless anthems ("Let's Be Mates") and trying soul-searchers (the title cut).

Customer Reviews

SOV comes back

This album has exceeded my expectations of Lady Sovereign. It is much more stronger and put together than her first album "Public Warning". "Jigsaw" has much more together songs along with some better wit that we love from her. The track "Let's Be Mates" is a fantastic club song which I can't wait for it to be played. "So Human" is another brilliant song which shows some great humor over herself and others. The tracks "Jigsaw", "Guitar" and "Bang Bang" are very personal songs which bring a higher quality in my eyes to the album. While "Student Union", "Pennies", "I Got the Goods" and "Food Play" are excellent and humorous tracks. Overall, this is an album worth buying- Good work Lady Sovereign. 10/10

i'm sorry but

she must die for ruining close to me. She slaughtered it.

Love it!

i love this album my favourite songs on this album are so human great song student union a bit of a let down from "public warning" tho still good


Born: 19 December 1985 in Wembley, London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The self-proclaimed "biggest midget in the game," MC Lady Sovereign has an unmistakably British delivery and style, but a string of singles showcasing her sly wit and brash charisma over bottom-heavy beats brought on a worldwide buzz. Born Louise Harman, Sovereign was raised in northwest London's notorious Chalkhill Estate, a public housing project known for being especially rough and ragged. Although she admits her upbringing could get dangerous or depressing in these surroundings, Sovereign focused...
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