Water for Your Soul is the seventh studio album by English singer and songwriter Joss Stone, released on 31 July 2015 by her own label, Stone'd Records. It marks her first full-length studio album since 2011's LP1, following the release of the covers album The Soul Sessions Vol. 2 (2012). Musically, it incorporates reggae and hip hop with influences from many different genres, including soul, R&B, world, gospel, Latin and some Indian and Irish influence.
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Water for Your Soul is the seventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Joss Stone. It was released on 31 July 2015 by her own label, Stone'd Records. Harry's Symphony" contains samples from "Here I Come" by Barrington Levy, "Young Lover" by Cocoa Tea, "Be Careful" by Matthew McAnuff and "Bad Boys" by Inner Circle.
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Album · 2015 · 14 Songs. The English soul singer dips into a reggae groove with Damian Marley. Water for Your Soul Joss Stone. Listen on Apple Music.
Joss Stone has released seven albums – but has failed to live up to her early promise. Water for Your Soul contains similar elements of cultural appropriation: the pro-weed track Sensimilla will prompt mass eye-rolling because of her decision to sing part of it in patois, and Harry’s Symphony likewise (her accent – If you want to get ‘igh, bring your own supply etc – turns it into Stone’s own Dreadlock Holiday, which probably wasn’t the intention).
The concept of Joss Stone's seventh studio release began to take shape following the formation of SuperHeavy, the multicultural, cross-generational group that released an awkward if free-spirited album in 2011, just before The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2 materialized. Among Stone's bandmates was Damian Marley, who implored the singer to cut a reggae album. Stone was hesitant at first but conceded, perhaps realizing that a drastic switch in her vocal approach would not be required. She wouldn't even have to avoid using the word "soul" in the album's title.