Kierra Sheard - Kiki's Mixtape

Published Tuesday 14th December 2010
Kierra Sheard - Kiki's Mixtape
Kierra Sheard - Kiki's Mixtape

STYLE: R&B
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 85786-16876
LABEL: 5099969472923
FORMAT: CD Album
RELEASE DATE: 2009-11-06
RRP: £9.98

Reviewed by Richard Smith

A rather misleading title, as this isn't really a mixtape at all but an EP containing three songs never previously released, two remixes from previous albums and "This Christmas" with Marcus Cole. Many will be intrigued to hear the recasting of her classic hit "You Don't Know" while the unreleased songs, like the fantastic "Sing To The Lord" are well worth a listen. Even the Christmas song, a brilliant cover of Donny Hathaway's much loved oldie "This Christmas" works well. While we are waiting for Kiki's next full length album this release is well worth investigating.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. I Want Back [Listen]
2. You Don't Know [Listen]
3. Wave Your Banner [Listen]
4. Sing To The Lord [Listen]
5. Teach Me [Listen]
6. Why Me [Listen]
7. Love Like Crazy [Listen]
8. This Christmas [Listen]

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Product Description
Kiki’s Mixtape is a collection of Kierra’s biggest songs. Comprised of her smash debut single “You Don’t Know” and the classic “Why Me,” this is an offering fans don’t want to miss. The project includes an exclusive new track produced by her brother J. Drew that is sure to be in heavy rotation on iPods. Plainly put, it’s a mish mosh collection. A “Bold Right Life” montage, a Christmas song, a new track produced by J. Drew Sheard, three unreleased tracks, and the unforgettable hits.

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