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A Royal Christmas is all over the place, about as scattered as a single-artist Christmas album can get. Classics receive R&B arrangements that are alternately modernized ("Li'l Drummer Boy," "Deck the Halls") and kept to low-key contemporary tastefulness ("God Rest Ye Merry," "Silent Night"), while one ("12 Days of Christmas") receives an acoustic jazz backdrop — which would've been a sensible frame for the whole set, as well as the best way to showcase Paris Bennett's voice. The album's most pleasant surprise is a stepper's delight, "Holiday Shuffle," an original written by Bennett's mother, Jamecia (who contributes production work, background vocals, and arrangements throughout).


Born: 21 August 1988 in Rockford, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the most skilled and likable contestants on the fifth season of American Idol, Paris Bennett is, respectively, the daughter and granddaughter of Sounds of Blackness members Jamecia Bennett and Ann Nesby. Though she sang throughout her childhood and performed the lead role of Dorothy in her high school's production of The Wiz, she did not plan on taking the same career path as her mother and grandmother. However, after encouragement from her grandfather, she performed for the American Idol...
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