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Think Like a Girl

Diana King

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Album Review

Diana King's sophomore outing Think Like a Girl is a well-crafted, diverse set of soul/pop/reggae that merited much more attention it received. The album contains several ultra catchy songs that have hit written all over them, namely the infectious title track and "Wicked." King is also an extremely earnest and sincere singer, and nowhere is that more evident than on the album's 30-second a cappella interlude "Mi Coffee." On some tunes, such as "Love Yourself" and the single "L-L-Lies," King sings in her trademark, powerful reggae style. On others, such as her sexy and breathy remake of Culture Club's classic "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" and "Find My Way Back," King's performance is more traditional and subdued, yet just as effective. The album did spawn one Top 40 hit with her excellent, driving remake of "I Say a Little Prayer," which also became one of the year's biggest dance hits. Think Like a Girl does tend to wane towards the end, but, overall, this is a surprisingly well-crafted and engaging set, and only hints at what is to come for the talented and extremely photogenic Diana King. ~ Jose F. Promis, Rovi

Biography

Born: 08 November 1970 in Spanish Town, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After her appearance on the Notorious B.I.G.'s 1994 album Ready to Die, Diana King received a contract with the Work label. Previously a collaborator of Andrew Tosh, the reggae/dancehall vocalist released two albums during 1995, Tougher Than Love and Shy Guy. Think Like a Girl followed in 1997. International tours pushed her name to the forefront; however, King remained low-key. She took a few years off to spend more time with her children. By the new millennium, King was in negotiations with...
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