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Jill Scott Collaborations


Download links and information about Jill Scott Collaborations by Jill Scott. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:03:37 minutes.

Artist: Jill Scott
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:03:37
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No. Title Length
1. Love Rain (Head Nod Mix) [Featuring Mos Def] (featuring Mos Def) 5:02
2. Daydreamin' (featuring Lupe Fiasco) 3:47
3. Good Morning Heartache (featuring Chris Botti) 6:10
4. Said Enough (featuring The Isley Brothers) 5:02
5. One Time (featuring Eric Roberson) 3:51
6. Let Me (featuring Sérgio Mendes / Sergio Mendes) 4:02
7. 8 Minutes to Sunrise (featuring Common) 4:26
8. Funky for You (featuring Bilal, Common) 5:51
9. Sometimes I Wonder (featuring Darius Rucker) 4:11
10. Slide (featuring Jeff Bradshaw) 4:21
11. The Rain (featuring Will Smith) 4:33
12. God Bless the Child (featuring George Benson, Al Jarreau) 3:37
13. Kingdom Come (featuring Kirk Franklin) 4:28
14. Love Rain (Coffee Shop Mix) [Featuring Mos Def] (featuring Mos Def) 4:16



The packaging of Collaborations leaves the false impression that the disc could be a new Jill Scott album. For instance, "Daydreamin'" is listed on the back as "featuring Lupe Fiasco" when it should really be credited to Fiasco featuring Scott — it originated on Fiasco's Food and Liquor album. So, Collaborations actually rounds up many of the guest appearances Scott has made on other artists' songs throughout the past several years, and it's more like a stopgap release — like the live album that followed her debut — between her second and third studio albums. This could be irritating for the fans who tracked down each of the 14 sources from which the disc pulls, but it's certainly more helpful than not, and the material isn't so diverse that the whole thing can't be considered an alternate Scott album with almost as much value as Who Is Jill Scott? or Beautifully Human. There's a reason why these artists (or, in some cases, the artists' handlers) sought Scott out. Her versatile voice always carries a confident serenity, and she never shows up just to collect a check. One very unfortunate omission: 4hero's "Another Day." [A sampler from the Hidden Beach label is thrown in for extra value.]