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Album Review

The third album from the sister duo of Changing Faces brings about more of a mature attitude and a sheer presentation of urban beats and classic R&B grooves. On Visit Me, Cassandra Lucas and Charisse Rose deliver another dose of sassy wit and hellcat rhythms. The 15-song set list featured on Visit Me is slightly vibrant, although production credits from crooner R. Kelly boast the shimmering title cut and sultry "Stroke You Up." However, things get spicy with rapper Queen Pen's collaboration on "Ain't Got Me." It's nasty, and Changing Faces' strong femininity is full-fledged. They do not hide anything, and that serves for a brash delivery alongside fellow female artists such as Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, and Lil' Kim.


Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Changing Faces is a New York-based urban soul vocal duo much in the vein of similar all-female bands like TLC and SWV. The group blended soulful, gospel-tinged vocals with slick contemporary production and slight hip-hop influences. Cassandra Lucas (b. East Harlem, NY) and Charisse Rose (b. Bronx, NY), the two members of Changing Faces, met each other while studying at New York's Music and Art High School. Following their high school graduation, the two went their separate ways, with Lucas studying...
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  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Contemporary R&B, Electronic, Dance
  • Released: 10 October 2000

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