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Tuesday, 24 June 2014

ALBUM REVIEW - Kim Cesarion - Undressed

Swedish singer songwriter Kim Cesarion was placed on our One To Watch list after the release of his debut single Undressed. Now ready to release a album of the same name, does the singer still impress?

His debut album Undressed continues to deliver an array R&B pop infused tracks with a slice of delicious soulfulness. With an infectious deep beats, R&B swagger and one amazing falsetto delivered by Cesarion, this album is a is solid debut.

There is an impressive opening with debut upbeat pop/dance single Undressed that could draw comparisons to early Usher. Can't Love Nobody brings together deep beats, synths and his falsetto singing "I'm fucked up over you" in this R&B smooth jam that tingles on a mid tempo ballad. Girls is a very good track, full of R&B beats and has a slick soulfulness undertone. 

We then take things down a notch in the slow burning delicate tracks like Bad Thing & Angel Wings before bringing back the dance and funky beats in the uplifting One True Lover and Brains Out all with that sexual under tone. Recently released anthem single I Love This Life is infectious and totally uplifting, then we slow it down temporarily, with mellow track Come Down to Me that is full of gentle synths, guitar strums and delicate percussion beats. We end the album the same way it began uplifting & funky in Trade Ya.

There is such great production on the entire album and Cesarion’s falsetto, range and control is just impressive. Kim Cesarion’s will be heading back to Australia next month and we can’t wait to congratulate him on his impressive debut. It’s a 3.5 out of 5 from SnapCacklePop HQ..!

Undressed is available on iTunes now..!

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