Download links and information about Lyfe Change by Lyfe Jennings. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 51:20 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|1.||Change the Game (Intro) (featuring Walter Burch A / K / A Geech)||1:33|
|2.||Keep On Dreaming||3:40|
|4.||Never Never Land||3:57|
|5.||Brand New (featuring T. I.)||3:10|
|8.||You Think You've Got It Bad (feat. Wyclef Jean)||4:17|
|9.||Wild, Wild, Wild||3:22|
|12.||Old School (feat. Snoop Dogg) (featuring Snoop Dogg)||4:12|
|14.||Will I Ever||4:47|
|15.||Baby I'm a Star||4:19|
What sets Lyfe Jennings apart from so many of his R&B contemporaries is his conviction. When he sings, you feel he is behind his lyrics 100%, and the depth of his life experience — 10 years in prison, starting at age 14 — is embedded in every fiber of his voice. His previous album, The Phoenix, was a deeply personal piece of work that showcased Jennings’ songwriting skills and had him introducing every track with a spoken word explanation. While Lyfe Change is a clear attempt to expand his commercial appeal by working with a variety of producers (his previous works were primarily self-produced) and more mainstream material, the performances never feel cheap or hackneyed. “Never Never Land” and “Baby I’m A Star” embrace a pop-oriented R&B feel and “Midnight Train” is a song in search of an adult contemporary audience, but the majority of the album sticks closely to Jennings’ original vision: passionate songs with a positive, determined message. Nowhere is this better defined than on the roots reggae infusion of “You Think You’ve Got It Bad,” a piece of near-gospel about accepting and struggling in an unforgiving world.