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Funk This

This Album has got to be one of her best . There are some banging grooves on this album, the one that really sticks out for me is track 7. feat the queen of Hip Hop Soul M.J Blige, Killer track, thats gonna be a monster hit, the tune is BIG!!. Overall Chaka has come back out of the wilderness with a very groovy funky album. Excellent.

The Voice is Back

Chaka's never sounded better than on this album. You will not be able to remove the smile from your face when you hear some of the melodies she comes up with on for instance the lead US single Angel and Foolish Fool. But in the main this is a real funky album. I thought Sign Of the Times strange Prince song to choose, but she really out funks Prince on that tune. Give your funky bones a treat, buy this album.

Hail Chaka Khan

Recommended!! One of her best albums in years, any Chaka fan would proudly have this in their collection. Just a quick listen to Will You Love Me and I was hooked.


Born: 23 March 1953 in Great Lakes, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known in the mainstream for her superb 1984 cover of Prince's "I Feel for You," R&B singer Chaka Khan enjoyed solo success as well as popularity as a member of the group Rufus. Born Yvette Marie Stevens in Great Lakes, IL, on March 23, 1953, she was raised on Chicago's South Side, and at the age of 11 formed her first group, the Crystalettes. While still in high school, she joined the Afro-Arts Theater, a group which toured with Motown great Mary Wells; a few years later, she adopted the African...
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