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You can always tell when a singer has had to work for everything they have — as opposed to the manufactured pop stars, groomed and underwritten by label corporations — and Anderson is one such singer. Her voice is determined, but never strained. This is a woman whose career has required a lot of pushing and a lot of patience, and when she sings that she “won’t be anyone’s second fiddle,” she is not impetuous, but calm and focused — a true boss. The productions on The Sun Shines Again were overseen mostly by Mike City, who collaborated with Anderson on her first two albums and is known for his high-quality work on albums by Jamie Foxx, Carl Thomas and Anthony Hamilton. “2nd Fiddle,” “Lie To Kick It,” Karma’s a Mutha,” and “U Doin’ It” have a deep effortless groove that meshes wholly with Anderson’s smooth, unhurried vocals. At the same time, Anderson offers some of the year’s most unpretentious dance songs in “Say Something,” “Hard Love” and “Call My Own.” Anderson has all the feeling and talent of a big-time diva, but without any of the corny gimmicks or melodramatic posturing. This one’s a keeper.

Customer Reviews

The Queen that needs no court!

There are few true singers left in the game at this moment but Sunshine is powerful, rick, and always on point. The tracks that make up this album are not only thick with beats but with meaning! Refreshing, interesting, and bold on a landscape of auto tune Sunshine stands out. The Queen is back!


The song "A warning for the heart" is a beautiful and sad dong that may be too good for todays youth to appreciate. Sunshine uses a restrained yet soulful voice to capture the tragedy of heartache. This is something you would expect from much older R&B vocalists who could relay pain through song. I'd say that's a rare accomplishment these days.

Nice Solid Project

Glad to see her back


Born: October 8, 1974 in Charlotte, NC

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though she sang in musicals and talent shows throughout her childhood, Charlotte, NC native Sunshine Anderson was discovered while she was waiting in line in a cafeteria at North Carolina Central University, the institution where she earned a B.S. in criminal justice. A friend of producer/Soulife A&R Vice President Mike City heard Anderson humming while she waited and introduced her to City. After she graduated from college, Anderson moved to Washington, D.C., and took a government job in human resources,...
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The Sun Shines Again, Sunshine Anderson
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 02, 2010

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