- Not With You (Intro)
- Tell Me
- I Thought You Were Love Me Too
- Love Yourself
- Infinite Love
- Sweetest Thing
- First Time
- Tell Me (Zakhm Mix)
- Tell Me (Jay Dabhi Mix)
- Not Without You (Outro)
She is one of the first South Asian RnB artist who deserves recognition; the resounding example of the fact that us south asians can do it too. Her voice reminds you of Mariah, or TLC - but with a distinct flavor all its own. The commendable part is that she is doing it all on her own: no affiliations with popular hip hoppers, no work as their back up singer and no blasphemous ruining of Indian beats a la DJ Quik here.
The album, despite providing a sampling of her great vocal talents, makes missteps sometimes . Best example: it adds unnecessary south asian beats - more like after thoughts - to try to make the tracks sound fuller (I'd assume). As on track 3: what was the need for the synthesized sitar, a grand piano would have worked just fine - just takes away from Mira's voice - same for track 5. Despite that fact, her voice and talent make up for any minor production silliness.
Even provided are two mixes - one a night club worthy drum n bass rework of "Tell Me" done by Zakhm of Mutiny's fame and the other, another rework of "Tell Me" in a bollywoodish/housish flavor by Jay Dabhi.
The rest of the album belongs among the RnB'ers on Hot 97 or AV's own bhangra hop hour (7 to 8 pm EST - shameless plug). Honestly though, it wouldn't be at all surprising if her talents do land her on mainstream media. A Top 40s Hit by an Indian artist? Hey, that's not a bad idea!