The solid songs on Keshia Chanté's sophomore disc are few and far between, but it's not the Ottawa-born R&B teen's fault. She has 67 times more singing ability than the whole Spears/Hilton/Lohan triangle. The couple of tracks with her name in the writing credits -- including the Concerto No. 4 In F Minor, Op. 8/4 'Winter' (Vivaldi's Four Seasons)-sampling first single, Been Gone -- feature some of the album's brightest lyrics. But too often Chanté's potential is squandered by pairing her with unworthily bland production and arrangements. Also, it was a bad choice to stick a whiny cameo by Jay-Z protege Freeway on Fallen. The rapper's verse is kinda questionable: 'Wait till you get older, I ain't breakin' no laws,' he promises creepily.