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By Jon Solomon
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By Kyra Scrimgeour
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By Mary Willson
By Bree Davies
Jane Doed is the "pierced, badass bitch" alter ego of Della frontwoman Amanda Hawkins, who makes her presence known — and then some — on her solo debut. Straight away, the disc's most captivating feature is Hawkins's voice. Her vocals nearly sear with pitch perfection, and when it comes to lyrics, she holds her own alongside the antics of rappers like Julox, FOE and others. The lead single, "Foolish," features Rockie and is an up-tempo track with a fresh feel to it, setting the tone for the entire album. One of the best songs here is "Save My Soul," in which Hawkins really shows off her impressive pipes and balances the verse from Julox with admirable stamina.
I like the music but i agree with the comment below... shes done to many people wrong to deserve anything good in this business... I dont think she'll last long
haha check this bitch out on thedirty.com! only a matter of time before every musician in the music business fucks this bitch... ur music sucks Amanada and makes you sound like a whore, perfect for the radio...
You can always tell when you're doin great things when people want to bash you !! Jealousy and envy lead people to write some seriously dumb shit..haha, she'll look down at all of you and laugh at how weak you are!