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Album’s Singles Review: “Loose” by Nelly Furtado

Loose (album)
Nelly Furtado had success with debut album “Whoa Nelly!”, but her second album “Folklore” received lukewarm reception in sales. She then released her third album called “Loose”. In this album, you can hear a new sound from Nelly Furtado. Not really new, but something new she incorporated in her music. “Loose” sounds more R&B and hip-hop. There were dance-pop and pure pop songs in the record. Nelly Furtado came back on top when it reached number 1 and top 10 in many countries. It became a number 1 album for her in United States.

No Hay Igual
“No Hay Igual” was the first single from “Loose”. It is a song in Spanish and Portuguese, which charted in sales chart. It was hardly recognized as the first single from the album.
Rate: 8.25 out of 10

Promiscuous
“Promiscuous” has been the most recognized as first single from “Loose”. It featured producer Timbaland and Justin Timberlake was in the video. The song was a global hit song, it peaked at number 1 in America.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10

Maneater
“Maneater” was considered the second single for “Loose”. The song is a dance pop track which has a unique sound. The single became an international hit after breaking through the top 10 worldwide. In UK, it reached number 1.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10

Say It Right
“Say It Right” was the official third single from “Loose”. It is a clappy R&B song which was aided by Timbaland. The song again became a number 1 hit globally, including America. It reached number 10 in United Kingdom.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10

All Good Things (Come to an End)
“All Good Things (Come to an End)” was the fourth single off the album “Loose”. Chris Martin of Coldplay was featured in the song without clear vocals. It was an international hit again when it reached number 1 and top 10 in some countries. In US it was less successful though.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10

Te Busqué
“Te Busqué” was released in limited countries especially in Latin countries. It charted in those countries but not in a high position.
Rate: 7.0 out of 10

Do It
“Do It” was released as a single worldwide for “Loose”. The single entered the charts but at lower positions compared to the other singles of the album.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10

In God’s Hands
“In God’s Hands” was the last single from “Loose”. Another version featured Keith Urban. It charted in a few number of countries’ music charts.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10

Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia

Video from YouTube / NellyFurtadoVEVO