Life has been a rollercoaster for Nelly Furtado. But on her latest album she chronicles her journey from crowd-pleaser to mother at peace with the universe.
It’s been a wild ride, says Nelly Furtado. But finally,...
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Letting her inner ghetto princess off the leash, Furtado has crafted the first great mainstream pop record the year.Read More
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Blame Canada. And a bit of Portugal, apparently. Nelly Furtado is a twenty-three year old singer-songwriter who's 'I'm Like A Bird' single has proved a hit in the US, and if I'm not very much mistaken it's not going to be her last.Read More