Exposed (Kristinia DeBarge album)

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Exposed
Studio album by Kristinia DeBarge
Released July 28, 2009
(see release history)
Recorded March 2008 – June 2009[1][not in citation given]
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 39:46 (Regular album)
52:29 (iTunes deluxe edition)
Label Island Def Jam, Sodapop
Producer Jeff Borrough (exec.), Antonio "LA" Reid (exec.), Ryan Tedder, Mel & Mus, The J.A.M., Anthony M. Jones, Jon John Robinson, Skins, Rune Westberg, Pam Sheyne, Inflo 1st, RADIO, Ronnie "Preach" Walton, The Pentagon, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds (also exec.)
Kristinia DeBarge chronology
Exposed
(2009)
Young & Restless
(2013)
Singles from Exposed
  1. "Goodbye"
    Released: April 7, 2009
  2. "Sabotage"
    Released: August 18, 2009
  3. "Future Love"
    Released: November 10, 2009[2]

Exposed is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Kristinia DeBarge, released on July 28, 2009 by Island Records and Sodapop Records. Its music incorporates pop and R&B styles. The album debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200 with 16,539 copies sold the first week. DeBarge began recording the album in 2008, and had been writing the album since 2006. The album features production and writing from the likes of Babyface[3] and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder[4] amongst others.

The album spawned three different singles. The first of these singles, titled "Goodbye" has become DeBarge's biggest hit to date.[when?] The song reached the Top 20 in the Hot 100, Canada, as well as the Australian Hitseekers Chart. It also charted fairly well in countries such as Sweden. The second single was "Sabotage", which was released on August 18, 2009. Originally, the song was to be released along with "Future Love", however, those plans were scrapped, and "Sabotage" became the stand-alone second single. Despite the success of her previous single, "Sabotage" failed to chart on any chart worldwide. The third single, "Future Love" (featuring rapper Pitbull), was released on November 10, 2009. The single became her second consecutive single to miss out on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, however, it did peak at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles chart.[citation needed]

Exposed received generally positive reviews from music critics, based on an aggregate score of 69/100 from Metacritic.[5] The album received positive reviews from major critical websites, such as Blues & Soul, People Magazine, and AllMusic. On December 15, 2009, a deluxe edition of the album was released only on iTunes, in an attempt to boost album sales. The deluxe edition features two remixes of "Goodbye" and "Sabotage", as well as the music video for the two songs. However, the deluxe edition failed to raise album sales, selling only 1,000 copies in its first week.

Background[edit]

With great variations between track themes, namely from the pain of breaking up in "Cried Me A River" to the excitement of falling in love in "Doesn't Everybody Want To Fall In Love", DeBarge has a personal connection to each song on the album:

"I want to show people that they're not alone... I hurt, I get scared, I get nervous and I'm not always at my best – but I try my best. I'm not perfect. I make mistakes and that's okay."[3]

The album includes two songs which DeBarge wrote herself: "Cried Me a River" and "It's Gotta Be Love". Other notable credits go to songwriter and producer Ryan Tedder, who is best known for crafting Leona Lewis' worldwide number one "Bleeding Love", Beyoncé Knowles's top 5 hit "Halo" and Jordin Sparks' top 10 hit "Battlefield". For this album he co-wrote and produced "Speak Up" as well as the single "Future Love", previously recorded and released in 2008 by American boyband Varsity Fanclub. Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds made the biggest contribution having worked on four songs: "Cried Me a River", "Doesn't Everybody Want to Fall in Love", "It's Gotta Be Love" and "Disconnect".

DeBarge began singing when she was 3 years old, but did not begin to take it seriously until she was 12. When she was 12, her father took her into a recording studio. They worked until 4 am recording a duet, which made her father realize that she was serious about beginning a singing career.[6] During the summer of 2003, DeBarge was a contestant on the American Idol spin-off, American Juniors. DeBarge progressed to the semifinal round of twenty contestants. She was featured in the first group of ten semifinalists and sang the song "Reflection" from the Disney movie Mulan. However, she was not one of the five to progress from that group into the final ten.[7] Due to her performance on the show, several producers began to consider DeBarge to be added to their label. At 14, DeBarge was introduced to Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds. She worked with him for five years and, two days before her nineteenth birthday, signed to a new division of Island Def Jam Records founded by Edmonds and Jeff Burroughs called Sodapop Records, and immediately began working on Exposed.

Composition[edit]

The music found on Exposed is primarily R&B, as well as pop and dance. J!-ENT described the songs on the album, stating "The first track 'Somebody' features a collaboration with Mel & Mus (who produced the track and does the music) and for the most part, a catchy dance track. The second track 'Future Love' a cover of the boy band – Varsity Fanclub's popular track features a more pop with a slight more upbeat tempo than the original. This track is her second single (along with 'Sabotage', as a double-A sided single). The third track features the ballad 'Speak Up' feature a collaboration with producer Ryan Tedder (who also provides the music). An awesome track showcasing Kristinia's vocals. Well done! The fourth track 'Goodbye' is a Babyface track. Overall, an upbeat, addictive track utilizing the classic 1969 Steam track 'Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye'. A wonderful debut single for Kristinia. The fifth track 'Sabotage' is Kristinia's second double-A sided single (along with 'Future Love') and features a track produced by The Jam (Mike Mani and Jordan Omley). An upbeat pop track. The seventh track 'Powerless' produced by RADIO and The JAM. Featuring a Rihanna-ish style of track. But overall, a well-produced, upbeat track. The eighth track 'Cried Me a River' features a Babyface & Preach produced upbeat ballad. Another catchy track. The ninth track 'Doesn't Everybody Want to Fall in Love' features a Babyface & Preach produced track. Another irresistible pop track. The tenth track 'It's Gotta Be Love' features a Babyface produced track. A commercial, smooth R&B track. In a way, a combination of modern R&B and almost 90′s old school style of music, but overall a solid track. The final track on the album is 'Disconnect' featuring a Babyface produced track. A ballad featuring a mid-tempo track with a deep beat."

Lyrically, the album deals mainly with the topics of romance. The first track on the album, "Somebody", features DeBarge singing about how she got over her ex, and has now found someone better. Throughout the song, she talks of how good it feels "to be loved by somebody".[8] The second track, "Future Love", features DeBarge singing of a love that will occur in the future.[9] "Speak Up", the third track on the album, is a slowed down ballad that features DeBarge singing to her lover, telling him to "speak up" and tell her what his problems are. Throughout the song, she urges him to "speak up, because the silence is killing me".[10] "Goodbye" is the fourth song on the album. The single sees DeBarge singing to her recently ex-boyfriend and tells him that she's over him, and has her "single girl swag". The song also talks of DeBarge partying with her friends and finding a new man, in an attempt to get back at him.[11] "Sabotage", the fifth song on the album, strays from the topic of love that was in all of the previous tracks. The song deals with DeBarge's "bad side" coming out, as she struggles to be the good girl everyone wants her to be.[12] The sixth song on the album, "Died In Your Eyes", features DeBarge singing about how she knows her boyfriend has lied to her. The song speaks of the awkward silence that follows her discovery of this event. Although it is not stated in the song, it is presumably about an unfaithful boyfriend.[13] "Powerless" is the seventh track Exposed, and lyrically speaks of DeBarge's ex who feels he is on top of the world. The song speaks of DeBarge informing him that "it's about to be lights out", and she's going to "leave you powerless".[14] The eighth song on the album, "Cried Me a River", plays on the phrase "Cry Me a River", that influenced songs by artist such as Justin Timberlake, amongst others. The lyrics of the song show DeBarge singing about how she "cried me a river" and got over her ex-boyfriend.[15] The ninth song to be featured on Exposed is "Doesn't Everybody Wanna Fall In Love". Lyrically, the song speaks of DeBarge's longing for someone to love her, and she questions "Doesn't Everybody Wanna Fall In Love?".[16] "It's Gotta Be Love" is the tenth song on the album, and features DeBarge singing about the many emotions her lover makes her feel, and declares that she is in love with him.[17] "Disconnect" is the final track on the album, and shows a different side of DeBarge not heard on the album. The song shows DeBarge singing about how much she misses her ex, and she doesn't think she can make it without him. The song is a turn-around of the previous tracks heard on the album, which mostly dealt with getting over a boyfriend, or being in love with someone.[17]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[18]
Entertainment Weekly (B)[19]
Newsday (B+)[20]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[21]
People 3/4 stars[22]
Los Angeles Times 2.5/4 stars[1]

Critical reception[edit]

Exposed received generally positive reviews from music critics.[5] AllMusic writes "Through and through, Exposed is an album directed at older tweens and teens, and it does tend to act its age, never presenting DeBarge as someone pretending to be any more wise or worldly than the average 19-year-old. Some of the material could use a shot of personality, but DeBarge is too relatable to deny. And though her voice has yet to fully develop and lacks the uniqueness running through her bloodline, it's clear she landed a major-label contract on the basis of her talent.[18] Entertainment Weekly writes, "the featherweight kiss-off "Goodbye", which cannily samples one-off wonder Steam's 1969 sports-stadium staple, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye". It likely helped the 19-year-old land a gig opening for Britney Spears' Circus tour beginning this August, though Exposed's airy, girlish pop – especially cotton-candy Casio grooves like "Future Love" and "Died in Your Eyes" – mostly recalls the female stars of her dad's era: Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Paula Abdul, and (coincidence?) Exposé.[19]

Blues & Soul states, Exposed "showcases the teenage Ms. DeBarge's personal journey of self-discovery through a variety of musical moods -ranging from the robust urban pop of 'Somebody' and furiously-driving 'Sabotage' to more soulful cuts like the hauntingly yearning 'Future Love', sexily undulating 'It's Gotta Be Love', and the sadly surging break-up anthem 'Cried Me a River'".[23]

Newsday states, "Exposed is the result of all that work, featuring her light, effortless vocals tackling a lot of sweet, pretty pop – much of which was written and/or produced by Babyface. No wonder it all seems pretty inevitable. DeBarge comes across as a streetwise Jordin Sparks with the stomping smash 'Goodbye' and the new, more dance-oriented Rihanna-esque single 'Sabotage'. But what really sets her apart are the first-rate ballads that she flutters across, from the lovelorn 'Disconnect', which anyone from Miley Cyrus to Whitney Houston would have fought to get on their albums, to the simple, quirky piano ballad 'Doesn't Everybody Want to Fall in Love' that is also destined to be a smash. She even makes the tender, almost sappy 'Died in Your Eyes' work for her. Exposed really does unveil DeBarge, who's set to open for Britney Spears this fall, as a complete package and a music marketer's dream – a teenager who can sing grown-up songs and make them feel young, and feel comfortable with everything from hip-hop to Celine Dion ballads. Her wait to break into the public eye is about to be so totally worth it".[20]

People praises DeBarge's album as "a winning debut, fresh and seemingly sun-kissed, makes her this summer's answer to Rihanna. The two share a similar vocal timbre and the same pop charms. First single 'Goodbye', an undeniable dance-pop confection, recalls Rihanna's 'S.O.S. (Rescue Me)', reworking Steam's 1969 hit 'Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye' much like 'S.O.S. (Rescue Me)' did 'Tainted Love'. Meanwhile, another Babyface-produced track, 'It's Gotta Be Love', slyly borrows from LL Cool J's 'I Need Love'.[22] Digital Spy praised DeBarge on a good first impression, though lacking top-notch material. "Her girlish vocals are committed and surprisingly soulful, only slipping into stage schooly mannerisms occasionally, and she's equally comfortable doing vulnerable on 'Died In Your Eyes', empowered on 'Powerless', or a combination of the two on 'Cried Me a River'. She shows real glimpses of potential here, and having spent five years together already, it's safe to presume that DeBarge and her mentor are in it for the long haul."[24]

Commercial performance[edit]

Commercially, Exposed has not been as successful as the lead single. In the US, the album debuted at number 23 on the Billboard 200, and at number 14 on the Top Digital Albums chart.[25] Exposed sold 16,539 copies in its first week of release.[26] Despite a moderately successful start, the album quickly began descending the charts, and only spent a total of six weeks on the Billboard 200. Worldwide, the album failed to chart anywhere it was released, and was considered as a commercial flop. However, it was moderately successful in Mexico.

Promotion[edit]

DeBarge chose to promote the album mainly through live performances. DeBarge appeared on Live With Regis and Kelly to perform "Goodbye".[27] The same single was also performed live on The Wendy Williams Show.[28] During both performances, DeBarge was accompanied by several female back-up dancers. On June 18, the single was performed yet again on the reality dancing competition, So You Think You Can Dance'[citation needed] The performance was met with mixed reviews, mainly due to the fact that DeBarge had lip-synced her way through the song. Oh No They Didn't mocked the performance. Neon Limelight praised the dancing performed during the performance, however, they were not thrilled with the lip-syncing, stating "It's just a major shame she did not perform the song live. The obvious lip syncing took some of the excitement away from the performance, which was cool and fun overall."[29] DeBarge also began performing live in several stores and at city fairs, performing songs such as "Speak Up" and "Future Love".[30] At several of these shows, the ballads from the album were performed acoustically, with DeBarge singing along with one man playing a guitar behind her.[31][32] DeBarge also performed several songs from the album at Jingle Ball 2009.[33] During the performances, DeBarge had male back-up dancers in the background.[34]

Aside from network appearances, DeBarge also opened up for pop singer Britney Spears, during her 2009 world tour, The Circus Starring: Britney Spears. Before starting the tour, DeBarge stated "Joining Britney Spears for her Circus tour will be an amazing and surreal experience for me," she said in a statement posted on Spears' site. "I have been dreaming of an opportunity like this forever, and can't wait."[35] During the shows (DeBarge opened up for all of the North American shows) DeBarge performed "Goodbye", along with "Sabotage" and "Future Love".[36][37]

Singles[edit]

"Goodbye" was released digitally on April 7, 2009, and was released for airplay on April 28. The single was met with generally positive reception upon its release. Goodbye was also met with commercial success in the US as well as in the international music market. In the United States, the single debuted at number 75 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and later reached a peak of number 15 on the chart.[38] The song was also a hit on the Dance Music charts in the US, where it reached a peak of No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play singles chart.[39] Goodbye later went on to peak at number 90 on the Hot 100 Year End Chart.[40] Outside of the US, the single performed moderately well. In Australia, the single failed to impact the main singles chart. However, it did reach a height of 16 on the Hitseekers chart, as well as number 41 on the Australian Airplay singles chart.[41][42] In Sweden, the single rose to a peak of 26 on the official singles chart.[43] The single was also a success in Canada, where it reached a peak of number 15 on the Canadian Hot 100.[44] Initially, the second single from the album was set to be a double A-side release of "Sabotage" and "Future Love". However, plans for this were scrapped, and "Sabotage" would go on to be the second single from the album.[45]

"Sabotage" was released as the second single from Exposed on August 18, 2009. A music video was released to promote the song on August 19, 2009. The single was met with positive reviews from critics, but commercially the single suffered, mostly due to lack of promotion. "Sabotage" is considered a commercial failure, as it failed to chart on any chart worldwide. The song did not receive a release in the United Kingdom. "Future Love" was released as the third US single[46][47] on November 10, and as the second single in the UK on November 2, 2009.[2] A remix has been made featuring rapper Pitbull, and the song has charted at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 in the US.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Somebody"   M. Hough, R. Wouter, U. Yancey 3:26
2. "Future Love"   Evan "Kidd" Bogart, Ryan Tedder 3:23
3. "Speak Up"   E. K. Bogart, J. Schmugge, R. Tedder 3:42
4. "Goodbye"   E. Dawkins, G. DeCarlo, A. Dixon, D. Frashuer, P. Leka, A. Shropshire, D. Thomas 3:27
5. "Sabotage"   E. K. Bogart, M. Mani, E. Nuri, J. Omley, D. Quinones 3:12
6. "Died in Your Eyes"   D. Josiah, P. Sheyne, R. Westburg 3:46
7. "Powerless"   T. Johnson, Tynisha Keli, M. Mani, J. Omley 3:41
8. "Cried Me a River"   K. DeBarge, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, R. Walton 4:21
9. "Doesn't Everybody Want to Fall in Love"   Babyface, D. Simmons, R. Walton 3:40
10. "It's Gotta Be Love"   K. DeBarge, Babyface, Anthony M. Jones, Roy Hamilton III B. Ervin, S. Ettinger, D. Pierce, D. Simon, J. Smith 3:07
11. "Disconnect"   Babyface, R. Walton 4:01

Personnel[edit]

Credits for Exposed adapted from Allmusic[48]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[25] 23
US Top Digital Albums[25] 14

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label
United States July 28, 2009[49] Sodapop Records
United Kingdom August 17, 2009[50] Interscope Records
Poland October 16, 2009[51] Universal Music

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