Gwen Stefani, famous for her platinum blonde hair and ruby red lips, is back with a new album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like, and I was very excited when One2One Network offered me a chance to review the album.
Like many young women, I was introduced to Stefani when she was part of No Doubt. “Don’t Speak” from their 1995 album stole my heart and still stands the test of time over 20 years later. I ate up her 2004 solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby., and her 2006 followup, The Sweet Escape. And, don’t get me started on her fabulous personal style.
From the red prom gown she wore on the red carpet in 2001 to her unforgettable pink and white wedding dress to her L.A.M.B. clothing and accessories line and her Harajuku Lovers perfumes, Stefani is a style force to be reckoned with. But, back to her new album…
This is What The Truth Feels Like is Stefani’s third solo album and is her most personal work to date. “Used To Love You” is the first official single from her new album and is reportedly about her breakup with her ex-husband. Stefani’s personal life has been splashed across the tabloid pages as her marriage fell apart and a new romance kindled with another coach on The Voice, but a true artist is able to take her pain and turn it into something beautiful, and that is exactly what Stefani does.
“Used to Love You” is one of my favorite songs from the album, but there are so many great songs that it wouldn’t be fair just to share one. “Misery” is classic Stefani, combining a catchy beat with lyrics that stay with you long after the song ends.
Fans of Gwen Stefani shouldn’t miss This Is What The Truth Feels Like. The album is pure Stefani, oozing her signature style.
♥ You’re My Favorite
♥ Where Would I Be
♥ Make Me Like You
♥ Used To Love You
♥ Send Me A Picture
♥ Red Flag
♥ Asking For It
♥ Me Without You
NOTE: There are four bonus tracks on the album available at Target
♥ Rocket Ship (Target Exclusive)
♥ Getting Warmer (Target Exclusive)
♥ Obsessed (Target Exclusive)
♥ Splash (Target Exclusive
I participated in this sponsored album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided the album to review but all opinions are my own.
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