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Download links and information about Fortunate by Lathun. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 55:39 minutes.

Artist: Lathun
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 13
Duration: 55:39
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No. Title Length
1. Love Won't Let Me (featuring Lathun Grady) 5:12
2. When Love Came In (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:58
3. Bbq (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:30
4. Sweetest Thing (featuring Lathun Grady) 3:31
5. Miss Sally (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:17
6. Find Somebody Else (featuring Lathun Grady) 3:42
7. Closer (featuring Lathun Grady) 3:31
8. Forever One Flesh (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:03
9. Fortunate (Main) (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:34
10. Would I Lie (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:33
11. Didn't I (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:49
12. Official (featuring Lathun Grady) 4:00
13. Not Ready (featuring Lathun Grady) 3:59



Lathun, another signing by Kedar Massenburg (the new-millennium Motown impresario who backed Erykah Badu and Remy Shand, among others), debuted with a collection of smooth, downtempo love jams. Fortunate certainly isn't lacking in soul; Lathun's falsetto is rangy, strong, and devastatingly evocative. He's also a solid songwriter who produced most of the tracks here, with the spidery-thin guitar and keyboard washes that speak to the heavy '70s influence found here, there, and everywhere on contemporary R&B releases. One of the highlights, "When Love Came In," matches Lathun with India.Arie, both singers striving to spread more honey than the other (it's a draw). Another song, "Sweetest Thing," is just that, though as pleasant as it sounds, Lathun can't hide the similarities to D'Angelo (or isn't interested in trying). Unlike Remy Shand's The Way I Feel, though, Fortunate simply can't rise above its inspirations to become a stand-alone record for 2002.