13 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first album from Stockholm-born singer/songwriter Snoh Aalegra fuses the dreamy aesthetics of ‘10s R&B with the warm, yet longing vibes of ‘70s soul. Aalegra’s raspy soprano (previously heard on Drake’s More Life closer “Do Not Disturb”) floats over the brushed drums and honeyed backing vocals of “You Keep Me Waiting,” and she offers up a powerhouse performance on the hazy, string-laden title track. “Sometimes,” meanwhile, is loose and skeletal, Aalegra channeling Erykah and Ella over a smoothly sturdy bassline.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first album from Stockholm-born singer/songwriter Snoh Aalegra fuses the dreamy aesthetics of ‘10s R&B with the warm, yet longing vibes of ‘70s soul. Aalegra’s raspy soprano (previously heard on Drake’s More Life closer “Do Not Disturb”) floats over the brushed drums and honeyed backing vocals of “You Keep Me Waiting,” and she offers up a powerhouse performance on the hazy, string-laden title track. “Sometimes,” meanwhile, is loose and skeletal, Aalegra channeling Erykah and Ella over a smoothly sturdy bassline.

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