The Female Boss

Album Review of The Female Boss by Tulisa.

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The Female Boss


The Female Boss by Tulisa

Release Date: Dec 3, 2012
Record label: Island
Genre(s): Pop, R&B, Pop/Rock, Contemporary R&B

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The Female Boss - Poor, Based on 2 Critics

The Observer (UK) - 40
Based on rating 2/5

The debut solo album from N-Dubz singer and X Factor judge Tulisa doesn't start promisingly. The spoken-word Intro espouses female empowerment but sounds like Pat Butcher flatly intoning rejected taglines for Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady, before the numbing, generic trance stylings of recent No 1 single Young kick in. Live Your Life and the atrocious Kill Me Tonight are cut from the same cloth, while Damn is a ponderous power ballad.

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AllMusic - 30
Based on rating 3/10

It’s never easy to leave a successful pop group in its prime. The trick of being a successful solo artist -- as the likes of Robbie Williams and Cheryl Cole have ably shown -- is to have bags of charisma, and most important of all, the songs. Sadly, the debut album from the former N-Dubz member Tulisa Contostavlos has neither. Despite being a popular judge during her first season of the U.K.

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