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On My Radio (Deluxe Version)

Musiq Soulchild

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Thank you Musiq for your consistency

In a year when many great R&B and Hip/Hop artist have released albums, Musiq Soulchild is one of the few who has stuck to his roots and produced another great album that did NOT alienate his fanbase. I am a dedicated iTunes Tuesday morning buyer and more often than not have been sorely disappointed over the past months by artist in these two genres that have attempted to do something "new" with their sounds and instead no longer sound like the artists I fell in love with. Thank you Musiq for staying consistent!

So Golden!

I honestly was thinking that this album would have a couple of hits here and there, but to my surprise, I'm feelin this album more and more everytime I play musiq's music. I already loved his last album, especially when he sticks to his roots of R&B balids. And yes if radio is the new musiq, I'm not likin' it. Stick to yo roots musiq! You killed it on this 1!

Musiq Soulchild-On My Radio

Paired with fellow R&B singer Avant and also releasing his fifth album is Musiq Soulchild. After Luvanmusiq shined, can Musiq get back to that type of worthy material? Backagain: Soulchild starts things with a slapping drumbeat with plunking piano keys, as a good hook announces his return. The track starts things off nicely, having a good vibe, yet uptempo enough to intrigue listeners. 3/5 Until: On a relatively minimal production, various drum patterns keep things on pace, while Musiq croons nicely on this midtempo, finished with cascading keyboards. Building in the bridge, Soulchild works it nicely and the end result is a beautiful midtempo. 3.5/5 Ifuleave: Orthodox & Ransom deliver a nice duet here with Mary J. Blige & Musiq, as plucking orchestra strings back up the beautiful vocals of the singers. MJB and Musiq go back and forth on this relationship number, as the chemistry blends well. 4/5 Deserveumore: Beautifully produced track here, as this dreamy midtempo blends well with Musiq’s soulful vocals. Strings and guitar back Musiq on this one. 3.5/5 Special: Upbeat with Musiq crooning about a special lady, the bridge works nicely with some guitar, as a unique drum pattern hits. Decent track that lacks a bit in the hook. 3/5 Dearjohn: Warryn “Baby Dubb” Cambell’s piano laden production with snaps is light, while Musiq croons intimately. A nice track that doesn’t quite build up as great as you’d you like, but it’s pleasant. 3/5 Loveofmylife: Very nice track here that has a great bridge and production. Things build nicely and end up taking a celebratory grand exclamation in the hook by Musiq, with guitar’s jamming in the background. A definite highlight that sounds great. 4/5 Moneyright: Uptempo clapping rhythm and piano keys back Musiq, as he sings about how his lady has held him down through all these years. Decent. 3/5 Someone: Lush strings and acoustic guitar production that is reminiscent of Keyshia Cole’s “Love”, Musiq doesn’t quite hit notes like her, but nonetheless a decent ballad. 3/5 Iwannabe: Reggae infused collaboration with Damian Marley serves Musiq well, as the two jam out on this jamaican joint. From the beat to Marley’s appearance, things work out well, with relaxed and cruising mode, Musiq creates a solid chill cut. 3.5/5 Sobeautiful: Musiq delves into his falsetto here, as J.R. Hutson creates the light backdrop of drums and pulsating strings. A solid midtempo that is intimate and a lovely number for the ladies. 4/5 Radio: The lead single that may have scared Musiq fans off, it was a much different sound for Musiq. With a production reminiscent of Atlanta snap or down south club, Musiq definitely did not fit the track and it sounds out of place. Luckily the album didn’t end up like this and this was an experimentive move by Musiq, it’s no wonder that it’s placed as the last track. 2/5 OnMyRadio is another solid release by Musiq, while not being his best, it’s another enjoyable disc that has a few mediocre numbers but also has it’s highlights. Lead single, “Radio” was a misstep that is smartly placed in the back, to allow listeners to enjoy the album and not have to be interrupted by it’s awkward and out of place sound. “Ifuleave”, the MJB & Musiq duet is a solid relationship number that was an obvious highlight, “Loveofmylife” builds very nicely and has some excitement about it that is hard not to like. The reggae infused duet of Damian Marley & Musiq works really well and serves as a nice chill track. Musiq continues to thrive in midtempos and ballads, evident in “Sobeautiful”, a nice light midtempo or ballad that is very intimate and has Musiq flexing his falsetto. Overall another worthy release by Musiq that is a decent R&B release of December. Rating: 7.5 out of 10

Biography

Born: September 16, 1977 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Philadelphia-born Taalib Johnson, aka R&B artist Musiq (Soulchild), grew up the oldest of nine children. The son of a die-hard '70s soul music fan, Musiq performed at Philly showcases like the Five Spot and Wilhemina's until his management team, Mama's Boys (Jerome Hipps and Michael McArthur), brought him to the attention of Def Jam Records. Musiq's debut album, 2000's Aijuswanaseing, was recorded mostly at Touch of Jazz Studios in Philadelphia. His first single, "Just Friends (Sunny)," appeared...
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  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Neo-Soul, Contemporary R&B
  • Released: Dec 09, 2008

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