There's a whole range of different titles this album by Jully Black could have taken, like Damn, The Canadian Music Industry Sucks, or I Can't Believe It Took 10 Years To Come Out With My Damn Debut. Those names would be appropriate considering how long Jully's been grindin' - as a video-supported singer/songwriter, doing one-off shows, festival appearances, records and cameo slots. But instead of exuding bitterness, she just shakes it off and steps into This Is Me with some sharp summery beats to make you "shake your gluteus maximus," as Nas says in his spot-on Material Things. Black's Jamaican-accented vocals are both clear as a bell and familiar as she rips and slides through these smart Soul Diggaz pop R&B bangers in alternately sexed-up and uplifting ways. This should satisfy her pre-existing fans and win her some new ones.