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Album Review

After several years of slinky, '70s-inspired divas, the contemporary R&B movement would seem to have been well-plotted, with little ground left to cover stylistically. Soul Sista, the debut from Keke Wyatt, adds little to the repertoire of Macy Gray, Erykah Badu, and Jill Scott, though Wyatt's strong voice and admirable range save the album from itself. The single "Used to Love" rides a nice groove, with heavily synthesized horns and light scratching, while Wyatt vamps over the production. Her performances are good throughout, but too many tracks on Soul Sista rely on the retread blueprint for late-'90s R&B: deep beats, backing vocalists on the chorus for counterpoint, at least one cleverly vocoderized song ("Talkin' 'Bout Love"), and an odd glut of contradictory message tracks, either pointing up the role of the independent female ("I Don't Wanna") or very nearly submitting to the dominant male ("Bad Boy"). Most of the blame goes to impresario Steve "Stone" Huff, who wrote all but one of the songs, produced and arranged every track, and played every note heard on the album.

Customer Reviews

I Don't Wanna

This song is awesome! I don't even care much for R&B but I heard this song one time and i had to buy it. This girl can blow!!

5 Stars for "Don't Take Your Love"

The melody and the lyrics are great.

simply great

I remember this song (Nothing in this World) from many years ago. The song as well as the album is simply great. Her voice is amazing, and regardless of the arrangement, every song seems to strike all the right chords when you listen to it.


Born: March 10, 1982 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

R&B singer Ketara "Keke" Wyatt was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she grew up listening to a variety of R&B and gospel and came from a very musical family. Both of her parents sang in church; her mother was a vocalist, her father an organist. Wyatt's parents had her singing in church as a child but did not discourage her from pursuing a career in secular music; in fact, they exposed her to a lot of secular R&B at home. When Wyatt was in her early teens, she sang in various female groups --...
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