By Matt Diehl
Updated September 11, 1998 at 04:00 AM EDT

As far as one-named soul chanteuses go, Mo’s got a ways to go. While she proves to be a deft lover with a slow hand on ”Suga, Suga,” turns out a great yearning ballad (”I’m Loving You”), and gamely reinvents Donna Summer’s ”Bad Girls” for the ’90s, it’s not enough. Mo’Hogany‘s smooth urban pop lacks funk fizz. C+