MySpace sensation Amanda Diva recently released her debut album, Life Experience, as an exclusive iTunes-only release. The first single, SupaWoman, which will assuredly draw comparisons to Lauryn Hill, has Diva demonstrating her double threat ability to sing skilled vocals and rap in-depth verses. Producers K-Salaam and Beatnick have concocted an organic-sounding beat for Diva, which should remind listeners of the production done both by Hill and a then-unknown Rhymefest on Miseducation. Old-school sound and new-school appeal combine yet again; SupaWoman should be on the iPods of music aficionados everywhere.
Written by Burmy on 12/19/07
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"Music Man ft. Amanda Diva" (2008)
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