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Mz J - Love Changes Everything Album Review

08 Dec 2011 // A review by Miss_Jukebox

New Zealand music has been going from strength to strength in 2011 with local artists setting sights on the international circuit and being successful in doing so. Here is another album that can comfortably sit alongside some of the chart-topping RnB and Pop albums emerging from the U.S. Love Changes Everything is the debut album from the sensational songstress Mz J.

This album has all that a solid RnB project should have. It features catchy rap intros and interludes between the strong vocals of Mz J. There are also a few dance-inducing numbers such as the leading track That Gurl and its remix version. A highlight on the album is Falling in Love a beautifully sweet and slow RnB love song. Overall there is an array of tracks that will be on repeat.

Love Changes Everything is a superb, straightforward and stylish debut from Mz J, an artist who is already renowned for her dazzling vocals. Here she finally gets the spotlight she deserves and proves herself to be a true RnB diva. This album could be straight out of a leading RnB music label from the US, that is how world class it is. Mz J is unquestionably an artist to keep an eye on, as there are sure to be many bright things to come in her career.


Love Changes Everything
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About Mz J

If you are a NZ hip-hop or RnB fan you may already have heard of Mz J , who is set to rock our music scene as New Zealand’s next queen of RnB.

Blessed with one of the strongest female voices the NZ music industry has heard to date, Mz J features on the albums of Smashproof, Mareko, PNC, Chong Nee and David Dallas, and gigs regularly with Devolo, Pieter T and Smashproof among others.

Mz J recorded her debut album Independence Day with co-songwriters and producers Dom from D1 Entertainment (Adeaze) and her brother Harry Kelemete. Featuring guest performances by PNC, David Dallas and others, Mz J’s polished commercial RnB sound effortlessly delivers strong radio-friendly tracks infused with confidence and style.

Visit the muzic.net.nz Profile for Mz J


Love Changes Everything
Year: 2011
Type: Album

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