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For Love

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Download links and information about For Love by Anuhea. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Reggae, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:45 minutes.

Artist: Anuhea
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Reggae, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:45
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Looking For Love 3:21
2. Higher Than the Clouds 3:43
3. Simple Love Song 3:44
4. Mr. Mellow 3:32
5. Moving On 3:36
6. I Wanna Be There 4:08
7. Fight For Me Tonight 3:38
8. It's Not the Same 3:12
9. Come Over Love 4:05
10. Crown Royal 3:58
11. Sunday 4:23
12. No Time 3:33
13. What Am I Doing? 3:52

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Intentionally released in time for Valentine's Day, 26-year-old Hawaiian singer-songwriter Anuhea Jenkins' unashamedly romantic second album, For Love, sounds like it should be the aural equivalent of a particularly slushy rom-com. Thankfully the Maui-born songstress has avoided the temptation to drench her lovelorn lyrics with sickly sweet melodies and schmaltzy strings, and instead has impressively managed to produce a genuinely warm and effortlessly summery record which might even charm those who curse the Feb 14 celebrations. Largely guided by producer Dwight Baker (Kelly Clarkson, Enrique Iglesias), there are a few ventures into his more familiar glossy pop territory, such as the staccato acoustic hooks and bubbling acidic bass-lines of "Mr. Mellow," and the slinky club-oriented crunk of "I Wanna Be There," both of which recall the faceless mid-00s R&B of Cassie, Ciara and Christina Milian. But For Love is far more enchanting when it soaks up the sounds of her island background, whether it's the laid-back beachside folk of "Simple Love Song," the timeless Lovers' Rock of "Crown Royal," and Estelle cover "Come Over Love," or the breezy reggae-pop of "Higher Than The Clouds" and "Moving On," while the strutting tango of "Fight For Me Tonight" and the stripped back piano-led balladry of closer "What Am I Doing?" showcase Anuhea's delicately soulful Alicia Keys-esque vocals in all their glory. A quietly seductive affair, For Love suggests that when it comes to the ‘female Jack Johnson' label, Colbie Caillat may now have some competition. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi