Cherish - Amnesia

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Cherish
Producer:
J-New
Album:
The Truth

Although their gold-selling debut album, Unappreciated, featured several pop hits including Do It To It, singing-foursome Cherish looks to take a more in-depth lyrical approach with their sophomore album, The Truth.  Sisters Farrah, Neosha, Felisha, and Fallon follow up the Billboard-climbing Killa with a slow ballad, which explains why despite their happy relationships, they’re all still in love with their exes and plan to go back– barring a sudden case of Amnesia.  One listen to the hook and it might seem obvious that The-Dream penned the ladies new single; when the title is repeated (Umbrella, Bed) it’s dead giveaway.  However, the ladies (and producer J New) get the writing credits here.  Expect less bubblegum pop and more sophisticated soul when The Truth hits stores May 13.

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