Released: 29th September 2003.
Three years ago, it looked like Jamelia was going to be the next big thing. Her second single, "Money", became a huge hit, but then it went downhill, after her debut album, "Drama", scraped the top 40. Three years later she is back with a new sound and a lot more success. But will the new album live up to the high expectations set by the new single, "Superstar"?
The album kicks off with the first single, "Bout", a criminally underrated track, which is one of the greatest R&B singles of the year. "Off Da Endz" follows, featuring So Solid's Asher D, as he raps along a forgettable tune. You may find it hard to stop yourself singing along with Jamelia, as she chants "Taxi! Taxi!" on track three - a great upbeat song.
Possibly the best song on the album follows as the title track, "Thank You", moves to a slower pace. The song sounds different to anything Jamelia has recorded before. The highlights keep coming with the next song, "Dirty Dirty". Complete with raps and a catchy chorus, this song could easily give Jamelia another hit.
Halfway through the album and we're on "B.I.T.C.H", a song full of obscenities. A word of advice - don't play this in front of your grandparents! The next song is the current single, "Superstar", the track that sent Jamelia back in to the top ten for the first time in three years. I don't need to tell you how incredible this song is, but you won't find anything else as poppy on the album.
The high quality of the album doesn't slip as we get to track eight, "Life", a potential future single. "Club Hoppin'", featuring Bubba Sparxxx is next up, and is followed by the average "Antidote". Track eleven is the catchy "Cutie", another great song, which sounds like it is sampling the Cam'ron hit single, "Boy". The final song on the album is the rather average "Bounce", which isn't really the best end for such a good album.
Jamelia has managed to follow up her debut album in style. "Thank You" is full of potential hit singles, which should ensure that Jamelia finally gets the success she deserves.