V.Rose - Young Dangerous Heart

Published Tuesday 7th June 2016
V.Rose - Young Dangerous Heart
V.Rose - Young Dangerous Heart

STYLE: Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 161136-23890
LABEL: Inpop 804147173005
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £9.97

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Few people who have followed gospel hip-hop for long will fail to recognise the name V.Rose for even as a young teenager the Californian singer has guested on numerous rap projects. So it's hardly surprising that her one-time record label boss Flame makes an appearance here on the infectious "Money$ On You" while another MC, female rapper Angie Rose (no relation) brings some New York sass to the empowering "We're Girls". The best cut of all here though is "I Love You So Much (ftg Trip Lee)" which is an engaging blend of pop, hip-hop and R&B and is way better than anything that Kate Perry has managed in the mainstream in the last few years. V.Rose's lyrics are often clearly targeted at a young female listenership struggling with the lies and enticements of modern culture and with her catchy hooks and production sound Vienna has succeeded in delivering her best album yet which will surely reward Inpop Records for signing this bright, young Christian communicator.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Take A Broken Heart Ftg Derek Minor [Listen]
2. If I Don't Have Love [Listen]
3. Money On You Ftg Flame [Listen]
4. I Love You So Much (ILYSM) Ftg Trip Lee [Listen]
5. Fairytale Ending [Listen]
6. We're Girls Ftg Angie Rose [Listen]
7. Love Shaped Heart [Listen]
8. Sinking Deep [Listen]
9. Storms [Listen]
10. Not Afraid Of The Midnight [Listen]
11. Emotionful [Listen]
12. Bottom To The Top [Listen]
13. Young Dangerous Heart [Listen]

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