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Album Review

Age-appropriate pop-R&B albums fronted by teenagers are few and far between. The first album from Akeelah and the Bee star Keke Palmer is one of the few, and it also benefits from not functioning as the joyless and sugar-free version of what's played on the radio and seen on TV. While a good deal of the credit goes to the assortment of high-level songwriters and producers who collaborated with Palmer — including the Clutch, Rodney Jerkins, Anthony Dent, and J.R. Rotem — the album wouldn't be much without Palmer. She's wise beyond her years while acting her age, and she sounds equally comfortable in each of these songs, whether she's dealing with realistic relationship issues, self-worth, escaping harsh realities through music, or being proud of your background while fighting against its misconceptions. Unless your barometer for cool is Pretty Ricky, none of it will seem corny. The biggest highlight is "The Game Song," a playfully dramatic track where Palmer bemoans her boyfriend's diverted attention: "It's like I wasn't even in the room/He was all up in that tic-tic-boom/How you gonna worry 'bout first and ten?/All I'm saying, you really should've put this ten first"; "Smash the controller/Game over."

Customer Reviews

THis Album

Keke Palmer's Album Is Off Da Chain Everyone Buy 10 copies LOL =)

Disney Star?

Wow really didn't expect to be wowed by a disney star, i find her original (seeing that everyone else is into pop rock crap songs that are all written by others), I love the melodies and I actually don't feel her music is cheezy in anyway. Her music is definately age appropriate which is cool (especially nowadays) because it's not all about some boy who wronged her...or how shes only gotta tell you "one time"... Of course, there is always "some way" the album could have been better or a way to improve but this is pretty solid. If you don't like her voice or her style thats fine thats fine because everyone is entitled to thier own opinion but this is definately not worth trashing, trust me. (comment not aimed at anyone it's just for the sake of the rewiew itself)

The Music Album!

Keke Palmer Is Known From Jump In But So Uncool Is Her Breakout. I Personaly Think Every Song On This Album Is Amazing But The Game Song Is A The Leader Because When You Put playstation 3 and a 25 falt h.d You Automaticly Have Every Boy On The Palnet Cheering For You. Remember This Young Woman Because She Is Going To Be HUGE!


Born: August 26, 1993 in Harvey, IL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The amiable and talented actress-plus-singer Keke Palmer was only 14 when she released her debut album in 2007. Born and raised just outside of Chicago, Palmer had known she wanted to perform since the age of five. Her big break came in 2004 when she played Queen Latifah's niece in the film Barbershop 2: Back in Business. Two years later, playing the main role in Akeelah and the Bee put her in the spotlight and also on the film's soundtrack with her first single, "All My Girlz." The beginning of...
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So Uncool, Keke Palmer
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Dance
  • Released: Sep 18, 2007

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