- Associated Press - Monday, February 4, 2013

Avant, “Face the Music” (Mo-B Entertainment)

Avant’s seventh album arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day: It’s full of ballads and seductive tracks that highlight the R&B performer’s singing and songwriting skills.

Avant doesn’t break any barriers vocally on “Face the Music,” but he does bring on a freshness that always makes him worth listening to. That’s evident on the album opener, “Toast to Love,” and the midtempo “80 in a 30,” which displays the Avant we know and love.

“You and I,” featuring KeKe Wyatt, sees the awesome twosome throwing down again, adding to their previous collaborations like the classic “My First Love” and “Nothing in This World.”

Avant does stretch out of his comfort zone slightly on “No,” opting for a more poplike sound, and it works. “Face the Music” isn’t perfect, but it’s an R&B goodie.

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