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Hailing from North Philadelphia, Jill Scott is a true triple threat (singer/songwriter, actress, and spoken-word poet) who got her start performing with hometown heroes The Roots back in 2000. Since then, she has released four successful studio albums, won three GRAMMYs®, and starred in several hit movies, including Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?. On Crates: Remix Fundamentals Volume I (Spring Summer Feeling), we're presented with new twists on 11 of her songs, updated and reconfigured by producers like DJ Jazzy Jeff, Teddy Vee, Ca$e Boogie, Mr. Mig, Ron Trent, and Kyle West. The album's first half is mostly on the Euro-inspired dance music tip, with big synths, beeping hooks, and highly mechanical beats that ramp up the tempo and transform previously mellow tunes into hi-tech club bangers. The second half slows things down and culminates with the dreamy spoken-word jam "Love Rain." This set is the first edition of an ongoing trilogy; other standouts include "Golden," "Come See Me," and "Bedda at Home."

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2 stars/2 hot tracks...Most of these remixes aren't hot.

The remixes here are not very interesting and that's coming from a guy who digs a hot remix! Seriously, if there has to be a remix, it should either be high-voltage danceable or a fresh take of an original track that stands up against said original. Neither happens with this here album. I do like the remixes to "Come See Me" and "Slowly Surely" but I already own the other decent remix ("A Long Walk - Jazzy Jeff Redux".) The rest of the album is uneventful because the remixes don't elevate the music or utilize the vocal properly.


I love this album!!! I know, I know Jill is not a house artist, which is why these songs really shine. It has a case load of awesome producers, which adds to the creativity to each mix. I'm a die hard Jill fan, so I wasn't too sure about this remix concept. But I LOVE the album. DOPE!!!


Well, her voice is always phenomenal but I prefer her not remixed. Still, this is pretty awesome.


Born: April 4, 1972 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

A mature R&B vocalist who excelled most with slower, sensual material ("Slowly, Surely," "I'm Not Afraid," "My Love") and was versatile enough to pack plenty of punch with anthems of pride and self-empowerment ("Golden," "Family Reunion," "Hate on Me"), Jill Scott grew up in north Philadelphia and began her performing career reading her own poetry. She was heard by Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson, drummer in the Roots, who invited her to join the band in the studio, resulting in the co-composition "You...
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