Only Heaven Can Compare is a soulful vocal track written, produced and recorded by Priscilla Angelique. It was intially performed live and used for demos before being officially released some years later. Like most of her other releases it is entirely self-produced, including the artwork and video. Read More
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5 Magazine Review of Debut Album Positive Digital
“… her Positive Digital album is all of the above, with something for every music enthusiast. To paint an audible picture for my readers, I shall use analogies for “paint”… “Your DJ” puts me in the mind of earlier Chic…ago recordings from the late Armando Gallop, whereas “Highway” and “Life Flow” could very well be reminiscent of what Armando’s sound would be like today. You’ll hear a hint of another Chicagoan (Ron Trent) in “Empress” and Truce”, but at about 45rpm! Roy Davis, Jr. would be flattered by “Digital Funk”, and Joey Negro just might give a nod to “The Little Drummer”. Earlier Masters At Work is represented in “Latinized”, while “Free” is reminiscent of Blaze, with Priscilla scatting a bit on the mic. Perhaps the closest analogy of all would be “Bassed”, borrowing the formula to Pacific’s classic “808 State”! “Love Lift” and “Just Be” are quite possibly the only two tracks resembling the closest thing to modern day Tech-House, while “The Mellow Side” is a raw downtempo selection with drums, keys, and that Miles Davis flavored muted horn dabbed here and there. Rounding out the total of fourteen tracks is “My Boo”, another downtempo groove, but this time showcasing Priscilla’s Neo-Soul vocals. All in all, Positive Digital is tasty ear candy, and a refreshing change of pace in a watered down, cookie-cutter music industry” – DJ Lil John — 5 Magazine
Noho Arts District Review of Holla
The new track ‘Holla’ is collaboration between UK artist Priscilla Angelique and US rapper Major D. The song is very unique in its own sense adding something new to the seemingly plastic and repetitive dubstep scene.
What makes the track so enjoyable is the fusion of different influences that make up the song; the dark and grimey bassline/dubstep beats blended with the fast paced West Coast Hip-Hop lyrics. They have taken two very different genres and made them flow surprisingly well. The use of synth sounds are also a nice addition to dress up the music. It isn’t just the sound of the music that makes it good, but the vocals themselves which are very fresh. Priscilla Angelique has that Ms. Dynamite ‘Fire’ feel about her and Major D has a distinct voice and sounds like the track was made for him. This song is perfect addition to your playlist on for a night out and would fill any dancefloor. David Mariam