Artist: Jasmine
Release Date: May 12, 2010
Label: Sony Music Japan
Personal Rating: 4/5

2. L.I.P.S.
3. sad to say [BUZZER BEATS Remix]

On a Personal note: I’ve just decided to get off my lazy butt and force myself to write a review today! The gap since the last post seems to have been a really long time ago! Well… not really.

My reaction when I first listened to DREAMIN’ was “finally! An effing ballad!” Jasmine’s vocals seemed to have really reached out to me this time around. Before, her singing would just be addictive and stuck in my head for days but with Dreamin’ I’m just really impressed. Sure it’s a sudden change but at least she’s not like alan who stuck with ballad A-sides throughout her first era.

Now L.I.P.S. was what was totally unexpected after listening to the calm and soothing Dreamin’. L.i.p.s. still takes on the face of her older music but it still doesn’t hold a candle next to This is not a game mainly because the energy of the arrangement and the vocals were just “there.”

There isn’t much of a difference in terms of arrangement in the sad to say (BUZZER BEATS Remix) compared to the orignal since the only element that was added were just extra beats. This is pretty much just the orignal song but with extra beats.

Personal Rating: 4/5


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