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Soul Is Heavy

Nneka

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Album Review

Cementing her status as Nigeria's most successful musician since Fela Kuti, Soul Is Heavy is the third album from politically conscious soul vocalist Nneka. Further developing her unique blend of R&B, reggae, hip-hop, and Afro-beat, the follow-up to 2008's No Longer at Ease includes collaborations with Mercury Music Prize-winner Ms. Dynamite ("Sleep") and Roots MC Black Thought ("God Knows Why"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

she is so good, i really need to buy her first album

and this one!!

its just that album cover isn't the best………………..

Pure Magic

World needs to watch out. Music was dead and she brought it back to life. Her voice and passion wakes my soul.

LOVE IT!!

I'm very impressed with Nneka's new cd. The more I listen to it, the better it gets.

Biography

Born: December 24, 1981

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Born in Nigeria and based in Germany, Nneka is a stylistically diverse, politically inclined English-language neo-soul singer reminiscent of Erykah Badu. Born Nneka Egbuna in Warri, Nigeria, in 1981, she immigrated at age 19 to Hamburg, Germany, with plans to study anthropology. Influenced by the towering legacies of Fela Kuti and Bob Marley as well as by contemporary urban American artists such as Mos Def and Lauryn Hill, she also pursued a career in music upon arriving in Germany. In time she met...
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