"Complex Simplicity" by Teedra Moses on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

163 Ratings

Underrated Classic

MiMi Victoria,

It's not often that a new artist can release an album with amazing production and meaningful lyrics, yet Teedra has done just that. Four years after buying the album, I can still sit and groove to every song like it's the first time I've ever heard it. From heartbreak to the appreciation of love and life, her lyrics portray the words so many of us say and feel on a daily basis. Those who truly love music from artists with genuine talent will appreciate this cd! I can't wait for her next release!

most def undertated


I also purchased this four years after it was released, Teedra is a very talented artist and very underated, I love Beyonce, Keri Hilson, Keyshia Cole, and Rihanna,but I think that Teedra deserves the same attention, she should not be slept on. This album never gets old , I can play it from the beginning to the end and can't wait for her new album.

About Teedra Moses

No contemporary R&B singer and songwriter who debuted during the 2000s combined vulnerability and toughness with as much finesse as Teedra Moses. Born and raised in New Orleans, Moses relocated to California with her mother after her parents' divorce. Exposed to gospel early -- her mother was once active on the Southern church revival circuit -- Moses brought a little bit of that fervor to her own vocal style when she began writing and singing professionally, which followed a stint as a wardrobe stylist. Moses released her debut single for TVT, "Be Your Girl," in 2003, but she reached the mainstream the following year, when Christina Milian's "Dip It Low" -- a song she co-wrote -- became a Top Five pop single in the U.S. Through additional studio time beside Poli Paul, a producer who worked on that hit and on "Be Your Girl," Moses followed with the harder "You'll Never Find (A Better Woman)," featuring Jadakiss. She continued to mix a light gospel touch with mature and soul-rooted contemporary R&B on her debut album, Complex Simplicity, which was issued in July 2004 on TVT. The exceptional release received neither the push nor the attention it deserved.

One of the highlights from Complex Simplicity was "Take Me," a collaboration with Raphael Saadiq. Moses returned the favor with an appearance on Saadiq's Ray Ray, the first in a series of outside activities that trailed her album. Across the next few years, Moses appeared on a handful of cuts and placed songs on albums by Teairra Mari, Trina, Mary J. Blige, Macy Gray, and, once again, Milian. Moses released the occasional mixtape and single and was briefly signed to Rick Ross' Maybach Music. After some additional independent releases, including "Secrets of Life" and the California Vibes EP, Moses made a full return on the Shanachie label with Cognac & Conversation, her second proper album. It was released in August 2015. ~ Andy Kellman & Steve Leggett

    New Orleans, LA
  • BORN
    Dec 17, 1976

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