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Album Review: Amerie – In Love &War
By Sentinel News Service
Published November 19, 2009

Album Review: Amerie – In Love &War


By Elzena Rankins
Sentinel Intern

The talented Singer, Songwriter, Producer and Actress has done it again, releasing her fourth album, In Love & War. The Classy yet soulful/Hip Hop/Rock album will have you in deep thought as Amerie includes her feelings about Love and the War that it brings into her music.

Switching from Columbia records to Def Jam Island records, Amerie collaborated with other Artist on the album producing hits such as “Pretty Brown Eyes” featuring Trey Songs, “More Than Love” featuring Fabulous and the “Heard Em All” Remix featuring Lil Wayne.

The lyrics are deep and very expressive and will have you dancing and singing along to her jazzy soulful album. The album also includes her hit song, “Why R U” in which she expresses her feelings about a guy that she is crazy about let alone can’t get off her mind although deep down inside she knows that they are not meant to be.

“Why R U the one, “What’s the reason that I’m here again its crazy and I keep waiting but I’m foolish cause you will never change, wasted all my time and here I am still crying over you” – Amerie

Ameries’ Album was creatively and expressively put together for all women who have ever experienced the hardships of being in love and not being able to let go of that one guy. The Album is definitely a smash hit and is in stores.

Categories: Music

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