Six years after her breakthrough hit, ”Heard It All Before,” Macy Gray’s ex-protégée has found a new mentor in Beyoncé’s dad/manager, Mathew Knowles. Sunshine Anderson lacks his daughter’s polish, but her raspy voice has a street-smart edge that evokes early Mary J. Blige. The first half of Sunshine at Midnight, her second album, is packed with rump-shakin’ fits of fury, while slow jams dominate the latter. Anderson’s talent is fully grown, but her infatuation with thugs — and their underwear — is a juvenile distraction. B
Sunshine at MidnightSix years after her breakthrough hit, ''Heard It All Before,'' Macy Gray's ex-protégée has found a new mentor in Beyoncé's dad/manager,...Sunshine at MidnightR&BSix years after her breakthrough hit, ''Heard It All Before,'' Macy Gray's ex-protégée has found a new mentor in Beyoncé's dad/manager,...2007-01-26
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Sunshine Anderson; Producer (group): Music World
Posted January 26 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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