By Tamara Loggins R&B singer N’Dambi’s newly released debut album, Pink Elephant, is as soulful as it is sensual. The singer delivers ‘70s-esque rhythms, seductive vocals and semi taboo lyrics about love and aspirations and all the
troubles that come with them. She goes from singing about the work that love requires in order to survive in “What It Takes,” to displaying her displeasure of being with a man who’s already spoken for in “Daisy Chain.” Her style is reminiscent of Lauren Hill’s work, and truly, it felt like N’Dambi was strumming my pain with her finger.
Those who enjoy the musical stylings of Eryka Badu and Indie Arie would be hard pressed to find a more intriguing, soul-filled album than N’Dambi’s. N’Dambi was raised in Dallas, after her parents moved the family from Memphis. She grew up with many gospel influences from her church. To check out N’Dambi and purchase her CD go to: http://ndambionline.com/.
Posted by: Sam Moore
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