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R&B - Erschienen am 9. Juli 2021 | Artium Recordings, LLC, under exclusive license to Roc Nation Records, LLC

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Upon its release in 2020, the withering "Dying 4 Your Love" seemed slight and dragged in comparison to Snoh Aalegra's previous charting single, "Whoa." Just over a year later, the ballad slides neatly into place as the penultimate scene in Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies, an album that fulfills the promise Aalegra showed on Feels and Ugh, Those Feels Again. There's a lustrous moment of self-reassurance when the album transitions at its midpoint from "Temporary Highs" to "Violet Skies," but the set otherwise navigates a turbulent relationship in which long-term contentment and closure are both out of the singer's grasp. Even when Aalegra doesn't sing of complications or conflict, there's a sense that she's seizing the moment with certainty or a strong assumption that it will either sour or slip away. And when she delivers a dismissal at the end ("But just know that I'm good without you"), it doesn't seem final. With rare exception, the productions -- including several of high quality from closest associate No I.D. -- are well-matched with Aalegra's voice. Much like Aalegra's performances, they're generally low in profile and full of intricacies, increasingly flavorful with each play. Joel Compass' billowy soundscape for "Tangerine Dream," the Neptunes' gentle bounce for "In Your Eyes," and Tyler, The Creator's swaying and fluttering "In the Moment" are among the brightest backdrops not crafted by No I.D. and his partners. Aalegra neither exaggerates her grievances nor oversells her evanescent joys for theatrical effect. It's this LP that best showcases her ability to truly sing without raising her voice. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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Soul - Erschienen am 16. August 2019 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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Welchen Unterschied gibt es zwischen einer Göttin des R&B und einer anderen Göttin des R&B? Mit samtweichen Beats, leidenschaftlicher Stimme, gemeisterten Übergängen zum Soul, kathartisch konzipierten Texten und ausgefeilter Produktion kontrolliert Sheri Nowrozi alias Snoh Aalegra bis ins Kleinste alle diese auskalibrierten, aufeinander abgestimmten Regeln, die eine von der Konkurrenz stark unter Druck gesetzte musikalische Gattung erfordert. Worin unterscheidet sich denn nun die in L.A. niedergelassene Schwedin von ihren Kolleginnen? Hört man nur schnell mal rein in ihr zweites Opus, Ugh, Those Feels Again, könnte man es für ein x-tes fein säuberliches Werk ohne besonderes Interesse halten. Jene, die sich von Feels, ihrer ersten Leistung aus dem Jahre 2017, wo man insbesondere Logic, Vic Mensa, Vince Staples und Timbuktu über den Weg lief, hatten verzaubern lassen, die wissen natürlich, dass Aalegras Kunst verfänglicher ist, als man annehmen möchte. Auch tiefgründiger…Außerdem hatte die Soulsister Zeit gehabt, dem Ganzen auch noch einen besonderen Schliff zu verleihen. Als erst Dreizehnjährige und unter dem Pseudonym Sheri unterschreibt sie schon 2001 bei Sony, wo sie recht bald ein gewisser Prince entdeckt. Die Sounds ihrer Idole wie etwa Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu oder Sade verdaut sie im Laufe der Jahre und so kann sie ihren eigenen Stil finden, der dann in Feels Gestalt annimmt und erst recht auf diesem Ugh, Those Feels Again, das wie bereits das Vorgängeralbum No I.D., das absolute Ass der aktuellen Hip Hop- und R&B-Bewegungen, produziert hat. Im Mittelpunkt des Albums steht eine jüngst zu Ende gegangene Beziehung und Snoh Aalegra zeigt dabei anhand von verschiedenen klassischen Formen eine beeindruckende Reife, ohne je bedrückend zu wirken. Auch wenn sie sich einige Spötteleien im Stile von Amy Winehouse (Find Someone Like You) erlaubt, so tut das ihrer klassischen, mehr noch, erstklassigen Offenherzigkeit keinerlei Abbruch. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz 
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Soul - Erschienen am 20. Oktober 2017 | Artium Recordings

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Soul - Erschienen am 18. September 2017 | Artium Recordings

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Soul - Erschienen am 8. April 2016 | Artium Recordings

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Soul - Erschienen am 16. August 2019 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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R&B - Erschienen am 9. Juli 2021 | Artium Recordings, LLC, under exclusive license to Roc Nation Records, LLC

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Upon its release in 2020, the withering "Dying 4 Your Love" seemed slight and dragged in comparison to Snoh Aalegra's previous charting single, "Whoa." Just over a year later, the ballad slides neatly into place as the penultimate scene in Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies, an album that fulfills the promise Aalegra showed on Feels and Ugh, Those Feels Again. There's a lustrous moment of self-reassurance when the album transitions at its midpoint from "Temporary Highs" to "Violet Skies," but the set otherwise navigates a turbulent relationship in which long-term contentment and closure are both out of the singer's grasp. Even when Aalegra doesn't sing of complications or conflict, there's a sense that she's seizing the moment with certainty or a strong assumption that it will either sour or slip away. And when she delivers a dismissal at the end ("But just know that I'm good without you"), it doesn't seem final. With rare exception, the productions -- including several of high quality from closest associate No I.D. -- are well-matched with Aalegra's voice. Much like Aalegra's performances, they're generally low in profile and full of intricacies, increasingly flavorful with each play. Joel Compass' billowy soundscape for "Tangerine Dream," the Neptunes' gentle bounce for "In Your Eyes," and Tyler, The Creator's swaying and fluttering "In the Moment" are among the brightest backdrops not crafted by No I.D. and his partners. Aalegra neither exaggerates her grievances nor oversells her evanescent joys for theatrical effect. It's this LP that best showcases her ability to truly sing without raising her voice. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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Soul - Erschienen am 14. Februar 2020 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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Soul - Erschienen am 14. Februar 2020 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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Soul - Erschienen am 24. Februar 2017 | Artium Recordings

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Pop - Erschienen am 17. November 2014 | Epic - ARTium

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Soul - Erschienen am 1. November 2019 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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Soul - Erschienen am 2. August 2019 | Artium Recordings, LLC

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Soul - Erschienen am 25. März 2016 | Artium Recordings

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Soul - Erschienen am 14. Juni 2019 | Artium Recordings

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Soul - Erschienen am 1. April 2019 | Artium Recordings

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R&B - Erschienen am 9. Juli 2021 | Artium Recordings, LLC, under exclusive license to Roc Nation Records, LLC

Upon its release in 2020, the withering "Dying 4 Your Love" seemed slight and dragged in comparison to Snoh Aalegra's previous charting single, "Whoa." Just over a year later, the ballad slides neatly into place as the penultimate scene in Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies, an album that fulfills the promise Aalegra showed on Feels and Ugh, Those Feels Again. There's a lustrous moment of self-reassurance when the album transitions at its midpoint from "Temporary Highs" to "Violet Skies," but the set otherwise navigates a turbulent relationship in which long-term contentment and closure are both out of the singer's grasp. Even when Aalegra doesn't sing of complications or conflict, there's a sense that she's seizing the moment with certainty or a strong assumption that it will either sour or slip away. And when she delivers a dismissal at the end ("But just know that I'm good without you"), it doesn't seem final. With rare exception, the productions -- including several of high quality from closest associate No I.D. -- are well-matched with Aalegra's voice. Much like Aalegra's performances, they're generally low in profile and full of intricacies, increasingly flavorful with each play. Joel Compass' billowy soundscape for "Tangerine Dream," the Neptunes' gentle bounce for "In Your Eyes," and Tyler, The Creator's swaying and fluttering "In the Moment" are among the brightest backdrops not crafted by No I.D. and his partners. Aalegra neither exaggerates her grievances nor oversells her evanescent joys for theatrical effect. It's this LP that best showcases her ability to truly sing without raising her voice. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Erschienen am 19. März 2020 | OVO Sound - Warner Records

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