Keys returns to form, a little, with ‘Fire,’ 3/5 stars Carl J. Bachus | Collegio Writer Alicia Keys is nothing if not ever-evolving, especially in terms of genre. She’s hopped from neo-soul to mainstream R&B to top 40 pop in a ma cheap viagra tter of 10 years. Unfortunately, her music has gone downhill a bit since the days of “Songs in A Minor,” with the songs becoming more and more generic with every album. This isn’t the case with Keys’ latest effort, “Girl on Fire,” her most interesting album in almost a decade. The first half of “Girl on Fire” is probably some of Keys’ most fun music in a while. Most of the…
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