Most of R&B crooner Kenneth Mangram's debut album is devoted to sultry soul ballads. In the tradition of R. Kelly, much of these songs are carnal -- the only difference is Mangram is more implicit than Kelly, relying on metaphors. While the quality of the songs is consistent throughout the album, there is nothing distinctive enough to label Mangram as anything other than a competent, pleasant R. Kelly imitation.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine