Shontelle’s two biggest hits — 2008’s ”T-Shirt” and this summer’s ”Impossible” — showed off her knack for slower and (somewhat) thoughtful songs. That still happens in flashes on her new album, with the country-leaning(!) ”Say Hello to Goodbye” and piano-laced ”Kiss You Up” making the strongest impressions. The rest of the disc, though, is a rather unremarkable tour through uptempo styles, including techno, bubblegum, and club. B?
No GravityShontelle's two biggest hits — 2008's ''T-Shirt'' and this summer's ''Impossible'' — showed off her knack for slower and (somewhat) thoughtful...No GravityR&BShontelle's two biggest hits — 2008's ''T-Shirt'' and this summer's ''Impossible'' — showed off her knack for slower and (somewhat) thoughtful...2010-09-22
TAKE OVA Shontelle
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Shontelle
Posted September 22 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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