15 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though her time on Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood boosted the profile of an artist previously better known for supplying songs to Beyoncé and Tinashe, Lyrica Anderson’s second album delves into richer varieties of personal drama than you’ll encounter on any reality show. Named for her late twin sister, Adia showcases a singer who’s just as fierce whether she’s delving into painful family history on “Macaulay Culkin” or blowing off an ex with some help from Ty Dolla $ign on “Dolla Bills.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though her time on Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood boosted the profile of an artist previously better known for supplying songs to Beyoncé and Tinashe, Lyrica Anderson’s second album delves into richer varieties of personal drama than you’ll encounter on any reality show. Named for her late twin sister, Adia showcases a singer who’s just as fierce whether she’s delving into painful family history on “Macaulay Culkin” or blowing off an ex with some help from Ty Dolla $ign on “Dolla Bills.”

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