13 Songs, 50 Minutes





Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Want this!!!


Next payday I'll be purchasing this ish! Love her!!

Untitled to Entitled


I wholeheartedly agree... This album is top-notch from a Lady (please bring that album back to UK iTunes) that deserves far more recognition than she has had in the past. If you ever get the chance to see Terri Walker perform her songs on a live stage somewhere... Go do exactly that.

Another Cracking Album!


Another cracking album from the one and only Terri Walker. This album is worth every penny. Hopefully this album can bring the recognition that Terri so truly deserves as an artist.

It has been pretty hard to pick a favourite song from this release, especially as each song brings something different to the set. I like how she has taken her time to release this. A lot of thought has gone into this project and you can tell. Now if only other artists could take note.

About Terri Walker

In 2003, Terri Walker took her native London with authority. Untitled, her Def Soul debut, featured 14 slices of hot-buttered neo-soul that relaxed comfortably between tradition and the latest thing; it was an immediate hit, and Walker soon found herself vying against Beyoncé Knowles for Best Album honors at that year's Music of Black Origin (MOBO) awards. Walker studied opera as a child, and pointed to this training as reason for her fluid, effortlessly shifting vocal style. By 17, she was actively pursuing music. She had designs on a career as a soul singer, modeled after influences like Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, and Mica Paris. However, the big sound at the time was U.K. garage, so Walker found herself contributing vocals to tracks from types like Shanks & Bigfoot. All the same, she never lost sight of soul goal, and eventually hooked up with a stable of producers who were thinking the same thing. By 2002, traditionalism and organic sounds were making waves with hip-hop and urban soul audiences, and Terri Walker's sound fit right in. Untitled dropped in early 2003, featuring collaborations with Mos Def and Blueblood, and the accolades started rolling in. ~ Johnny Loftus

Wimbledon, London, England
14 April 1979




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