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Album Review

With an equal emphasis on sultry R&B ballads and uptempo dance-pop, Paula DeAnda's 2006 self-titled debut can easily be filed next to contemporary R&B divas like Beyoncé and Mariah Carey. The album's lead-off single, "Doing Too Much," a gliding slow jam with a pulsing, hip-hop-flavored beat and sweet backing vocals that recall Destiny's Child, is an excellent example of what the artist does well. Yet DeAnda's voice and lyrics add a bit of bite to the glossy R&B, and that distinctive twist, along with major-label support (the artist was signed to Arista), make the singer a talent to watch., Rovi

Customer Reviews

LOVE it!

Doing Too Much, Walk Away (Remember Me), Easy (ft.Lil Wayne), When It Was Me, Are really really good songs!

Fresh n Fun

it's a pretty good album.When I first heard the first single,Walk Away,it felt sincere and like I could connect.Paula has a pretty voice and it makes her tracks come alive.Great Job :)


Easy, Walk Away, and Doing Too Much are fantastic!


Born: November 3, 1989 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in San Antonio, TX, Paula DeAnda grew up listening to Selena and other female vocalists, often performing their songs with her cousins at family gatherings. Soon she started taking piano lessons and singing around town, both as a soloist and as a backup vocalist. In 2002, DeAnda's family decided to move to Corpus Christi in order to further her career, and once there the young singer met manager Ed Ocanas, who arranged for her to record the first piece she wrote, "What Would It Take," and get...
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