Tamia’s Steamy ‘Love Life’ is Timeless [ALBUM REVIEW]
Posted on June 8, 2015
It has been a long three years since Tamia’s last project Beautiful Surprise. The public has missed Tamia’s voice, one that has continued to shine over her decade-long career. And her performance on her new album Love Life, is no exception. On her new LP, Tamia wields her mighty range to spin a set of seductive and sensual tunes. I must admit, I’ve been looking forward to this album review.
The album opens with “Love Falls Over Me” a sparse production that is mostly percussion. The breezy track, held together by an infectious chorus is indicative of album’s tone. “Chaise Lounge” finds Tamia belting over bass-driven melody in about grown folk love in a way only those married or with children could understand. The Dream produced “Like You Do,” and his fingerprints are unmistakable on this lightweight, summery jam. And the album’s lead single “Sandwich and a Soda” carries that same flirtatious feel.