Brooklyn-based, Bay Area-bred R&B singer Corina Corina released her full-length, debut album, “The Eargasm“, on November 13th, 2012. The 14-tracks, plus one bonus track (a cover of D’Angelo’s “Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine”), were mostly produced by Willie Green, but also featured production from Steel Tipped Dove, Dirt E. Dutch, Has-Lo, and Urban Miracle.
Up until the release, we posted a few songs of hers, such as “Obsessed” and the video for “The Familiar“. If those were a good idea of what you were going to get with “The Eargasm“, then you’re in for a real treat.
She has a sweet voice (and is versatile with it), and the way she sounds on her album is exactly how she sounds when performing. No studio alterations are required on her voice; that’s a true singer. In this album, she shows contrasting feelings of vulnerability and great strength. This is an excellent debut album, that shows off her super song-writing skills, lyric stylings, and vocal range. Corina‘s themes circle around gender inequality, self-empowerment, love, life’s ups and down, and more. The only other vocal appearance comes from rapper Eagle Nebula. Check out my review below, then download the album for FREE!