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After achieving international fame as a pancultural pop star, Canadian singer/songwriter Nelly Furtado opted for a dramatic reinvention with 2006’s Loose. Bold and brazen, her third album is a slinky collection of club-friendly tracks produced almost entirely by hip-hop ace Timbaland. That sonic evolution extended to Furtado’s persona as a performer—on singles like “Promiscuous” and “Maneater,” she radiates a sultry, sexually adventurous aura as potent as the undulating synth lines and stuttering beats.

Customer Reviews

Loose is Tight!

The tracks on Nelly's latest effort proves that she is a talented and multi-demensional artist. This Album, although a lot of fun, is distinctly layered - something you don't usually come across when listening to pop. It has a couple club tracks, but I don't think Nelly has strayed as far from her past Albums as hype would like you believe. Both "Say It Right" and "All Good Things" have Nelly's unique style written all over them. Something I have realized is that after listening to her albums, I always feel a little bit more worldly in an odd Enigma type of way! No surprise that Europeans, Canadians and Americans alike are embracing the Album. Loose is complete, any of the tracks would make a great single. It's a treat to hear Nelly Furtado continuing to evolve as both an artist and a person. The only thing I wish is that there were a couple more tracks, but I guess All Good Things Must Come to an End!

Nelly Fursellout

I'm all for an artist experimenting with his/her sounds by trying new things in their songs, but to dedicate a whole album to something completely different from what they are used to doing, and in a way duplicating a whole bunch of crap that's already out there....that bugs me. I LOVE Woah Nelly and Folklore. Both albums offer a wide range of pop songs, party songs, folk songs, and even some hip-hop songs. Loose is pretty accurate. It's SO loose. Makes my bowels loose. It's CRAP. I'm not slamming her just for the fact that it's 95% a hip hop album (with most of the beats sounding like every other song on the album)....but I'm REALLY furious with her loss of Portuguese identity on this album. Both her previous albums featured at least 1 Portuguese song, and I'm happy to say that she even included FADO before. Now, all of a sudden Nelly is Spanish? I know Spanish and Portuguese are very similar, but come on....don't forget your roots girl. I unfortunately fell for the "if the first few albums are amazing, their follow up records will be good too" trick. DO NOT BUY THIS ALBUM. If you want, download the single....that's pretty much the only good song on the album. Everything else is SO overworked with processing and digital effects, it makes it seem like she recorded and mastered her album on her Mac over a weekend. I cannot recommend against the purchase of this album enough. I wasted $12.99 buying this CD, and now I have a nice, red, $12.99 coaster.

Loose -

Dull and boring with same old beat. Seems to sell these days. Used to have meaningful songs.


Born: December 02, 1978 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Pop

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

When Nelly Furtado appeared with her neo-hippie, multiculti debut Whoa, Nelly! in 2001, a dance-diva makeover seemed like an impossibility, but the singer/songwriter revived and sustained her career with the sexually charged Loose in 2006, in the process consolidating her position as one of the most unpredictable artists of her decade. Furtado always proudly displayed her Portuguese heritage, a distinction that separated her from legions of emerging female singer/songwriters in the early days of...
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