"I threw myself into the deep end to see if I could swim,"Nelly Furtado says of her new album."I let go of the voice that says,'Oh, no, what if I can't do this?'because you never know until you try."
"I threw myself into the deep end to see if I could swim,"Nelly Furtado says of her new album."I let go of the voice that says,'Oh, no, what if I can't do this?'because you never know until you try."
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Format: CD
Label: GEFFEN RECORDS
Catalog: 630002
Rel. Date: 06/20/2006
UPC: 602498520871

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Artist: Nelly Furtado
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"I threw myself into the deep end to see if I could swim,"Nelly Furtado says of her new album."I let go of the voice that says,'Oh, no, what if I can't do this?'because you never know until you try."

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If there were still a Lilith Fair, Nelly Furtado would be the poster child. Since the release of 2000's Whoa, Nelly! (don't say she didn't warn you), the Portuguese-Canadian Furtado pureed trip-hop, jagged beat poetry and easy-livin' R&B like the demon seed of Ani DiFranco and Morcheeba. And did we mention that vibrato? Anyway, it's safe to say the innocuous funk-lite of "I'm Like a Bird" and "Turn Off the Light" needed a makeover for two-thousand-sex, and Missy renovator Timbaland was more than happy to oblige. If the double entendre of the title doesn't do it for you, try the seductive back-and-forth of head-turning single "Promiscuous Girl," mostly written by Virginia's MC Attitude. It's too early to tell if Furtado's fully taken the plunge into durrrty hip-hop, but emulating Mariah via hot duets is a good way to stay relevant. Busta should be on the phone any day now...