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Just Like You

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Just Like You

Current Status:
In Season
Keyshia Cole

We gave it a C

As on her gripping 2005 debut, The Way It Is, Keyshia Cole still traffics in heartache. But whereas Way relied on raw hip-hop beats, Just Like You drips with treacly strings and piano. This counterintuitive lushness smothers Cole’s modest wail on cuts like ”Heaven Sent.” The album’s best tracks are its barest: ”Same Thing (Interlude),” a sparse, funky hymn to a romantic rut; and the loping-drumbeat-dominated ”Last Night,” which appears here just as it did on Diddy’s 2006 Press Play. It’s precious few moments like these that leave room for Cole and all that hurt.
DOWNLOAD THIS Same Thing (Interlude)