16 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

If love is a two-way street, the R&B singer directs traffic like a boss. Calling All Lovers finds Tamar dishing about life and love. When she leans forward and lets out her soul-streaked voice on songs like “Simple Things” and “Circles”, you can feel clouds move and goose pimples erupt. She also brings an encyclopedia of knowledge; “Catfish” is real talk about social media-created illusions (with a sweet musical nod to SWV’s “Right Here”) and “S.O.N.” feels like a late-night heart-to-heart between besties. Whether you need a comforting shoulder to cry on or motivation to get back in the game, Tamar’s got you.

EDITORS’ NOTES

If love is a two-way street, the R&B singer directs traffic like a boss. Calling All Lovers finds Tamar dishing about life and love. When she leans forward and lets out her soul-streaked voice on songs like “Simple Things” and “Circles”, you can feel clouds move and goose pimples erupt. She also brings an encyclopedia of knowledge; “Catfish” is real talk about social media-created illusions (with a sweet musical nod to SWV’s “Right Here”) and “S.O.N.” feels like a late-night heart-to-heart between besties. Whether you need a comforting shoulder to cry on or motivation to get back in the game, Tamar’s got you.

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