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Album Review

Once again, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Toshi Reagan, who recently signed to independent Razor & Tie, delivers a fine, if unremarkeable, record. On the opener, "Real Love," Reagan sings with an authority and urgency that demands her voice be heard before the track cascades into a funky instrumental rave-up. Yet, despite the solid instrumentation and Reagan's obvious vocal gifts, The Righteous Ones just isn't the melodically memorable, focused album that she needs to release in order to break out of the underground and into the mainstream consciousness.


Born: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Toshi Reagon, the daughter of Freedom Singers Bernice Johnson and Cordell Reagon, once described herself as a "postmodern rhythm & blues woman who's got something special." Given her long-standing political awareness, that definition isn't that far off the mark. Her mom has gone on to widespread mainstream success with Sweet Honey in the Rock, and Toshi appeared poised to follow in her footsteps. She possesses a big, booming, earthy voice and isn't bashful about speaking her mind or showing off her...
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