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Jennifer Lopez/Kinnda : Love Don't Cost A Thing/Don't Bring Sand To The Beach
If you're looking for propulsive R&B, you're better off with Kinnda...
If you're looking for propulsive R&B, you're better off with Kinnda, a Swedish chanteuse who's wisely hooked up with the team behind 'No Scrubs', Kevin 'She'kspere' Briggs and Kandi Burruss, for a tick-tocking four minutes of TLC-lite craziness. Despite sounding like the kind of thing that Kandi tosses out during recess, 'Don't Bring Sand To The Beach' is still a whole lot fresher than poor Lopez and her hymn to bankruptcy. Inevitably, perhaps, a future star, this Kinnda surprise.
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