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Released: 20th September 1999.

Kéllé Bryan - Higher Than HeavenKéllé returns with her first solo single. No big surprises in the song - it's an uplifting pop tune with a fantastic gospel choir in the chorus. Her voice shows that she was highly under-used in Eternal, and that she can stand on her own two feet. Eternal fans won't be disappointed (this wouldn't look out of place on one of their albums), and the song is going to give her a new fanbase of her own.

* * * * * (David Lucas)



After her split with Eternal's Easther and Vernie Bennett, Kéllé's done the brave thing and gone it alone - what a sensible decision that was too! "Higher Than Heaven" is a fantastic, upbeat, catchy R&B track with an enthusiastic feel to it. Kéllé's voice is at it's best on this, her debut solo single, which is bound to be a huge success for her.

* * * * * (DS)

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