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- Released: February 1, 2008
- Originally Released: 2008
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Entertainment Weekly - 11/19/93, p.92"...[HUMMIN' COMIN' AT 'CHA] is conservative, with its familiar hip-hop beats and pleading lyrics, but [Xscape] do exude a feisty appeal..." - Rating: B
Vibe - 12/93-1/94, p.158"...Xscape can sing their asses off...HUMMIN' COMIN' AT CHA is a lesson in raw, from-the-heart crooning, B-Girl style..."
- 1.Just Kickin' It
- 3.Let Me Know
- 5.W.S.S. Deez Nuts
- 6.With You
- 7.Is My Living In Vain
- 8.Love On My Mind
- 10.Just Kickin' It - (remix)
Xscape: Kandi Burruss, Latocha Scott, Tamika Scott, Tameka Cottle (vocals).
Additional personnel: Jermaine Dupri (various instruments, rap); Manual Seal (various instruments); McKinley Horton (keyboards); LaMarquis "Marq" Jefferson (bass); Dionne Farris (background vocals).
Producers: Jermaine Dupri, Manual Seal, Organized Noize.
Recorded at Kross Wire Studio and Bosstown Recording Studios, Atlanta, Georgia.
Contains samples from "I'm Gonna Love You Just A Bit More Babe" (as performed by Barry White) and "Let's Do It Again" (as performed by The Staple Singers).
Xscape's debut had some intriguing variations that distinguished it from others in the ever-crowded distaff end of the urban contemporary circuit. Their shared leads were more gospel-edged than those of En Vogue or SWV; their first hit, "Just Kickin' It," had a bawdy undercurrent that made it genuinely appealing, and Xscape demonstrated grit and energized harmonizing rather than over-rehearsed polish. But Xscape's most captivating quality, at least on this CD, was their spontaneity, something that can't be faked. ~ Ron Wynn
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