"The Feminine: Act II" by Anna Wise on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

13 Ratings



Anna consistently puts out excellent music that is thought-provoking and soulful, and this is no exception.


A Smooth Soul That Challenges the Status Quo


Holy fucktuples, this woman is amazing! Her low, incredibly silky smooth voice produces such a melting tone as she effortlessly skates over every track. The lyrics are also top notch — very soulful, relaxing, and thought-provoking. I also like that Anna keeps a good amount of variety throughout the album, which makes it a lot easier to digest her language and get the message conveyed behind the phenomenal tunes.

I consider this to be a breathe of fresh air from all the other cookie-cutter alternatives released within the past year. In fact, I'm honestly surprised this even made it into the category. This could easily pass as an R&B joint or even Neo-Soul in some instances. But I think that's the genius of it!

About Anna Wise

Brooklyn-based performer Anna Wise is a gifted singer/songwriter known for her sophisticated, jazz, R&B, and hip-hop infused pop. Raised in Northern California, Wise became interested in music at a young age and later honed her skills studying at Berklee School of Music in Boston. After college, she formed the duo Sonnymoon with fellow Berklee classmate Dane Orr and released several albums, including 2012's Sonnymoon and 2015's Golden Age. She also worked as a member of the ensemble Built to Fade with Dane Ferguson, Zoë Wick, and Kno of CunninLynguists. During this period, she caught the attention of rapper Kendrick Lamar, who invited her to collaborate on material and subsequently included her on his albums Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, and To Pimp a Butterfly, the latter of which earned her a Grammy Award for her performance on the song "These Walls." In 2016, Wise made her solo debut with EP The Feminine: Act I, followed a year later by The Feminine: Act II. ~ Matt Collar


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