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Nivea - Don't Mess With The Radio - Song Review

Nivea - Don't Mess With The Radio - Song Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Turn up the bass - but dont mess with the radio! Niveas the new girl on the block and shes coming your way with her first song Dont Mess With The Radio. Her first CD drops in September.

Nivea

Jive (2001)

Turn up the bass - but don't mess with the radio! The new girl on the block is Nivea and she's coming your way with her first single Don't Mess With The Radio. The song is the first single from her upcoming Jive Records album titled Nivea. Nivea's grove can be described as a pinch of Destiny's Child - a dash of Janet Jackson and the sass of TLC.

Don't Mess With The Radio's got soul, funk, danceability and a boomin' bass line. Not to mention a catchy chorus that'll have ya triple snappin' in a "z" formation. The 19 year-old, who writes music and raps too, was also an executive producer on the upcoming album. She's still riding the success of Danger, a song she sang backup on with Mystikal and now she's back with a song of her own. It'll be interesting to hear what the whole album has to offer. Her full-length album, Nivea, hits shelves on September 25, 2001. Who knows - maybe if we're lucky she'll snag an opening spot with one of Jive's giants like Britney, *NSYNC or BSB.

Rating:4

 

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