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The Sellout

Macy Gray

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She's back

This album is next to perfect.... from the corky/meaningful lyrics to her signiture voice.. macy deliver... This album is a big comback for macy. its way different than 'Big', and more heartfelt, and who knew soul music could be so commercial, great job macy.. all the tracks are worth it guys.. support her!

Brilliant!!

Macy is one of those artists that always delievers the goods. This cd is just in time for summertime listening. The songs are catchy & typical Macy. The duet with Bobby Brown was a nice surprise, and a great platform for him o re-appear in the music scene. Grade: A

So Rich, Raw and Pure with Gusto

I heard this c.d. over a friend of mine house and i was in amazed from beginning to the end.. there is not many c.d.'s you can love from a-z, and/or beginning to the end.. She sounds so confident and happy and sure of herself. Her voice even sounds clearer and stronger from the last c.d. I love the credits clearly states of words ane melodies from Macy Gray lol. And it shows the variety of different attacks on songs to make them different and make it her own. I love "Lately" tune and the break down bridge is hot!! love the break down then back up again. Also takin a spin on some of the songs giving it a sounds of motown or old skool Ike & Tina Turner feel is a plus. Over all this is a feel good c.d. of both good music and lyrics.. enjoy

Biography

Born: September 6, 1967 in Canton, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Macy Gray parlayed an utterly unique voice and an outlandish sense of style into R&B stardom at the turn of the millennium, appealing to audiences of all colors in search of a fresh alternative to mainstream soul. Gray was actually born Natalie McIntyre in Canton, Ohio, and grew up a shy, awkward youngster who was frequently teased about her odd-sounding voice. She studied classical piano for seven years, but also soaked up the music of soul legends like Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and Aretha...
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