Adriana Evans - Adriana Evans 
Music Disc Reviews Audio CD
Written by Jason Karsh   
Tuesday, 04 January 2000


artist:
Adriana Evans


album:
Self Titled
format: CD
label: PMP/Loud Records
performance: 8.5
sound 8.5
reviewed by: Jason Karsh

Ever wonder where you were when Anita Baker came out? Have you ever thought, 'Damn, where was I when...' about a certain artist? If so, listen up. Because the words on this page are a sign post on the side of the road that is your musical consciousness. That sign is simple, it reads, "stop." Miss this album and you will have dozed through the arrival of the next extremely talented R & B singer/songwriter. Singles from this album should become readily available and radio friendly, but the whole album is worth your time. Dred Scott, who may best be known to some as a rapper, leaves that realm behind to co-write and produce Adriana Evans debut album and does a fantastic job.

Each song flows well into the next and takes its audience gently by the hand through the highs of love, the strength of family, and the beauty of desire. This album is the birth of the next voice.

(This CD is also of the Enhanced variety, meaning for you fellow computer users out there, Loud Records is thinking of you. From your own CD-ROM you may watch Adriana Evans' first video, walk through her photo gallery, or even play a piano in an attempt to win a tropical vacation. Have no fear, the graphics and production value are no joke on this either.









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