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Lyfe Jennings – Lyfe Change: Album Review
Written by The Theorist (K.E.H.)   

R&B Soul reviews Lyfe Jennings transforms his game plan into a diplomatic policy on his third album Lyfe Change.

After an Italian mobster-like monologue about the importance of change, he drops a dark and lovely R&B track, “Keep On Dreaming,” where he urges everyone “to keep on growing” and “don’t stop hoping.”

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He follows his on advice to keep on growing by teaming up with Hip-Hop giants such as T.I. (“Brand New”), Wyclef (“You Think You’ve Got It Bad”), and Snoop Dogg (“Old School”), to forge his place in the mainstream musical arena. His first single “Cops Up,” flaunts a mellow Hip-Hop beat underneath a fatal love story where he sings “somebody been shot through the heart,” and “somebody stole my heart.”

The voice of change speaks up again on “It’s Real,” where he warns the fellas to defend themselves against AIDs by wrapping ‘it’ up. Lyfe continues to drop some ‘Lyfe’ lessons on “Wild, Wild, Wild.” He talks about why everybody is losing their mind on this track.

On the whole this album is a Hip-Hop/R&B sociology course. But it’s not lacking hot grooves ranging from R&B and Soul to Caribbean flavors. Lyfe doesn’t forget to have a little fun on his closing track “Baby I’m A Star,” ‘cause he knows “these haters can’t help but love [him].”

Download: “Cops Up” “It’s Real” “You Think You’ve Got It Bad” “Wild, Wild, Wild”


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