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Afrodisiac... A Melodic Orgasm

Brandy completely redeems herself with the release of "Afrodisiac", the most underrated album of 2004. Every song includes poetic lyrics, amazing vocal production and infectious melodies. The following songs really make this album irresistable: "Afrodisiac" (the lyrics are contagious); "I Tried" (reminiscent of "I'm Going Down" by Mary J.); "Focus" (wonderful tale of one who is vulnerable to their ex); "Neccesary" (grown and sexy groove) "Finally" (dynamic soldier-esque track that shows her new-found strength); "Should I Go" (a beautiful end that might find you wiping away a tear...) Go ahead and buy "Afrodisiac". You'll need a cigarette afterwards..

Hidden Treasure

This is by far Brandy's best album. Its the album Janet keeps trying to make, and much deeper and inspired than anything released by Destinty's Child. Not a lot of people know how great this album is because the singles did not receive that much airplay, but they were still great. And the album, honesty, had better singles to offer in the first place. This is one of the best R&B albums I have heard in a long time, and had sadly gone overlooked. This is a more mature, honest, and self-aware Brandy, and its great to experience music by someone in the industry that actually knows whats going on with themselves and the horrible state that the music industry is in, instead of just trying to get another #1 hit...although that would be nice too.

The Best R&B Album of 2004

It's really a shame this album was slept on because Brandy somehow manages to blend a successful mixture of fun groundbreaking dance tracks with the sweeping R&B of the 70's. Every track here works, especially "I Tried", "Talk About Our Love", and "Focus". Brandy finally grows up, and sadly, the audience isn't biting.


Born: February 11, 1979 in McComb, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Whether she was singing pop-friendly urban soul or acting in her own family-oriented sitcom, Brandy's winningly wholesome persona helped catapult her to stardom during her teenage years. She scored the longest-running number one female duet in chart history (teamed with Monica on "The Boy Is Mine"), a testament to her mainstream appeal, and she spent several years as the title character on Moesha, the top-rated series on the fledgling UPN network during the late '90s. As she grew older, her music...
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