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May 9, 2022

Musiq: Juslisen (2002). Soulchild...Slight Return

Musiq: Juslisen (2002). Soulchild...Slight Return

B. Cox and Domo look back on Musiq's (previously known as Musiq Soulchild) second studio album Juslisen as it turns 20. Not even two years after his wildly successful debut album Aijuswanaseing was released, the Philadelphia soul singer was back at it to eclipse his previous effort. Teaming back up with the likes of producers Carvin & Ivan, Dre & Vidal, James Poyser, Vikter Duplaix and 88-Keys among others, his sophomore debut was jam packed with a variety bag of soulful goodness, featuring Musiq's relatable lyrics and tailor made vocals to match the unique soundtrack.

The album opened up #1 on the Billboard 200 and featured two Top 5 R&B chart singles, "Halfcrazy" and "Dontchange". It's credited as further solidifying Musiq as an artist with staying power, who would remain a player through the rest of the decade.

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Show Notes

Albumism: Musiq Soulchild's "Juslisen" Turns 20 | Anniversary Retrospective


'Juslisen': Musiq's 2002 Album Still Drives Listeners 'Halfcrazy'


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