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Har' Monique

Oh Lawd (digital single)

Review by Gary Hill

This new single is set in a modern R&B pop type of zone. As such, it does have a bit of a heavy-handed approach to the production, but still works well. This doesn't feel as artificial as some of the music on the radio these days. It is a catchy and reasonably effective number.

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Oh Lawd
There is an almost jazzy groove as this opens. The cut works out to an energetic pop based sound from there that has some definite reggae elements at play. The vocals are fast paced. They are definitely processed, but not to the point of a lot of modern pop music for the most part. This is an intriguing piece that works pretty well. It has some good hooks and driving beat.
 
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