Review: Tinashe’s ‘Joyride’ Is the Sound of an Innovator Trying to Fit In

Review: Tinashe’s ‘Joyride’ Is the Sound of an Innovator Trying to Fit In

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For all of Tinashe Kachingwe’s club-to-bedroom bangers – and on her sophomore album, Joyride, there are many – the young R&B singer’s vocal control comes across in unexpected ways. Take “Salt,” a heavy song about being ditched in a hotel lobby that’s full of subtle brilliance. Tinashe sings the words “Darling” and “I’ve been slowly dying” a touch after the beat, dragging her voice

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Tinashe’s ‘Joyride’ Is the Sound of an Innovator Trying to Fit In

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