Karly C brings her powerful vocal pipes to bear on a collection of original pop songs focused on relationship issues. “Take Me As I Am” cuts to the chase quickly to deliver a fairly catchy chorus. (One handicap here is that the mix tends to smother her vocal from time to time.) Set to a propulsive synth track, “All In The Name Of Love” is a familiar electro-dance tune that suffers from an over-use of Autotune, as well as lax pacing, though we like the feline grittiness she projects from time to time. Perhaps “Invisible Me” is our favorite, simply because it’s a bit unusual. But, like all of her material, it is superficial pop fluff at its core. Perhaps she could focus more on the sincerity and less on the shine?