Déjà's second LP, Made to Be Together, was produced by Teddy Riley and has a more consistent sound than the duo's debut, Serious. This time around, they are given the new jack treatment. The soft, reggae-ish "Dreamer" has Jones crooning optimistically about a hopeful new love. The slammin' "You Don't Appreciate My Love" sounds like an uptempo Alexander O'Neal track. Standouts are the bass-heavy "Dance," the tingly slow jam "More and More," and the swinging, slammin' "Crazy."
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AllMusic Review by Ed Hogan