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Album Review

Mexican-American cousins Janelle and Jessica Martinez (hence the name Prima J) first appeared on the soundtrack to the 2007 Jon Voight vehicle Bratz. Their contribution, "Rock Star," was a bouncy new wave-inspired ball of attitude, and it was innocent enough, at least by Bratz standards: "I am unbreakable, highly flammable, so girl get out my face." Anyone expecting more of the same throughout the duo's first album — which does include "Rock Star" at the very end — might be surprised. Not too many of the album's songs would be considered age-appropriate enough to be on a Bratz-related release. "Booty bouncin' up and down, then I took it to the ground" is one of the least raunchy lines from "Tame," and there are lines scattered throughout the album like "What you know about a mami with curves this fine?" and "Grind it behind me, work that clutch." While the cousins never quite veer into Trina territory, not even Destiny's Child or Ciara would be so up-front. Production-wise, the album is generally upbeat pop that tips heavily toward R&B, with only "Tame" (based on the sleek synth pop of Berlin's "Metro") and "Boom" (a punchless update of L'Trimm's "Cars with the Boom"), along with a couple duly theatrical ballads, straying from it. Not much is memorable, but the Spanish-language version of Alicia Keys' "No One" ("Nadie") had no trouble catching on.

Customer Reviews


Hot, fun and cool. Geffen did there job and not to metion Prima J vocals are on and most of the songs want you to get up and dance!

Prima J

holy crap i luv them there hot and great voices the have mad skillz


I really enjoyed the song Rock Star because its VERY catchy but this band doesn't really have a sound of their own, they're just kind of Girlicious imitaters. No offense to any Prima J fans but I'd just buy Rock Star.


Formed: Rosemead, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Pop duo Prima J feature the singing and dancing talents of cousins Jessica and Janelle Martinez. Raised in Rosemead, CA, the pair were encouraged to perform for their families from a young age, a passion they carried into their teens. Introduced to former Wild Orchid member Stefanie Ridel by singer Nikki Flores, Ridel mentored the duo and helped develop their dance-pop sound and live act. After Prima J were signed to Geffen Records, their debut single,...
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