Download links and information about Unbelievable by Keke Wyatt. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:51 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|1.||Light Me Up||3:58|
|3.||Mirror (feat. Kelly Price & Tweet)||4:10|
|4.||Love Under New Management||4:46|
|6.||Saturday Love (feat. Ruben Studdard)||3:58|
|7.||Miss Your Plane||3:47|
|9.||Travel the World (Love Uses Time)||2:52|
|10.||Tears In Heaven||4:35|
|11.||His Eye Is On the Sparrow||5:30|
Considering that nine years passed between Soul Sista and Who Knew? — a period involving two shelved albums — it’s kind of a shock to have Keke Wyatt's third album arrive so quickly after the second one. Evidently at home on Shanachie, the label that released Who Knew?, the singer works alongside a fresh set of collaborators, but there are so many of them — ten individuals with production credits, for instance — that the album sounds disjointed, from the lack of song-to-song flow to the variety of effects placed on Wyatt’s voice. Wyatt fans should be pleased with at least a few songs: “Mirror” is a deep, introspective ballad featuring Tweet and Kelly Price; “Love Under New Management” is a vocal showcase unlike anything on the first two albums; “Miss Your Plane” is a fine ballad regarding a long distance relationship. This being a Shanachie release, there are some intriguing choices for covers. Wyatt and Ruben Studdard play Cherrelle and Alexander O’Neal on a thumping, glitzy cover of “Saturday Love,” while Eric Clapton's “Tears in Heaven” gets a surprisingly light reading.