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Jun 17, 2014
This album consists of one song. Well, that’s how it sounds at least. It’s difficult to tell the differences between each song from the one that comes next. Preeta’s lyrics are nothing more than elementary. She doesn’t provide much hope for the future of the pop music industry with immature insights like “Make love, not war,” and “In this life, we can find eternity.”
The message that she is trying to get across is obvious. It’s a nice message and I know that she means well, but it doesn’t come off as anything profound. She seems like a wonderful woman with a huge heart, but the record lacks a little substance. In the right context Preeta’s music is functional, but there’s nothing groundbreaking on the album and it seems to drag on from the minute the first Hawaiian beat drops.