The rest of the album is everything Price's fans have come to expect from her: straight R&B, relatable lyrics, and Autotune-free SANGIN'! Vocally, she's better than ever. The harmonies are church choir tight, especially on "I'm Sorry", "The Rain", "Feels So Good", and "You Don't Have To Worry". "I'm Sorry" is about forgiving yourself for allowing others to treat you badly and always putting someone else before yourself. "Feels So Good" happens when you snap out the madness that got you to the "I'm Sorry" point and brought "the smile back on [your] lips/the swing back in [your] hips". From "Tired" to "Get Right or Get Left", Kelly is a very empowering album. She doesn't mince words about how women should be treated and the love she has for her man when he's doing right ("Himaholic" and "Speechless"). Kelly's fans are glad to see she's back like she never left and in complete control of her career now. Hopefully, next time she won't keep us waiting for so long.
Play on repeat: "Himaholic", "Speechless", "Feels So Good"
Skip & save yourself some time: "Vexed"
Real Talk moment(s): "Tired", "I'm Sorry", "Not My Daddy", "You Don't Have To Worry", "The Rain", "Get Right of Get Left", "Lil' Sumn-Sumn"
Listenable Status (based on # of tracks): 10 1/2 out of 12