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Buy Unexpected but not Almost Famous.

this album is crap. but her 2nd album unexpected is well good. dont waste ur money on this album but buy unexpected by Lumidee!

PURE RNB AT ITS BEST!

all songs on the album have pure emotion, ignore the bad review below as clearly they are not an rnb fan. The album is full of rnb, hip hop with Lumidee singing and rapping. All songs are full of impacting lyrics and songs in which touch you. The production on this album is also very good, and there isnt another album in which sounds similar. I completely reccomend this album to anyone who enjoys a good hip hop rnb alb!

Biography

Born: 24 August 1984 in New York, NY [Harlem]

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vocalist Lumidee (born Lumidee Cedeño) began singing and rapping at the age of 12, and was 19 years old when her recordings first hit the streets. After graduation, the Spanish Harlem native hooked up with producer DJ Tedsmooth to record the single "Never Leave You (Uh-Oooh)" for his independent Straight Face label. Lumidee claimed that her singing sounded off-key on the song because DJ Tedsmooth presented her with a different backing track than the reggae-based Diwali rhythm he later added. Regardless,...
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Almost Famous, Lumidee
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  • £9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Contemporary R&B, Rock
  • Released: 01 January 2003

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