Some fans may know Frampton as the titular second half of pop-punk outfit Meg & Dia, but to most, she’s the throaty pixie who finished second on The Voice. With Red, she pledges allegiance to no single genre, flitting confidently from Blondie-style disco-pop (”Billy the Kid”) and floaty acoustic folk (”The Broken Ones”) to the kind of big-chorus country proffered by her Voice coach Blake Shelton, who turns up for a duet on ”I Will.” The result feels like a farewell to life on the Warped Tour. B
BRIGHT EYED DIA The Voice finalist spans genres from disco-pop to folk in her solo debut (Lewis Jacobs/NBC)
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Ne-Yo; Status: In Season; Music Label: Motown Records
Posted December 2 2011 — 12:00 AM EST
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