Une

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Detroiter Uné moved to Cali before recording this debut, a slick (sometimes too slick) slice of contemporary R&B with flecks of jazz and soft-toned hip hop (the latter mostly on the tribute to cruising "Hit Da Shaw"). Uné's rich singing voice is the standout here, and his natural, understated sound livens up some of the more same-y arrangements.

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