While she may not be old enough to buy a six-pack at her local convenience store, Joss Stone has the vocal chords of a veteran gospel singer. The word "promising" doesn't even begin to describe this sixteen year-old British native who makes her killer debut on "Sessions." While studying classic R n' B tunes to use as influences for her first album, the young artist thought it would be an interesting idea to hold off on a disc of original tracks and opt for a collection of slow groovin' cover songs to mark her big debut. With a voice as soulful and rich as neo-soul's most recent superstars Angie Stone (who appears on the album) and Erykah Badu, Stone takes each and every tune and makes them her own. From old classics such as "The Chokin' Kind", "Victim of a Foolish Heart" and "Some Kind of Wonderful" Stone delivers a funktastic compilation of remakes which will have audiences anticipating her next release. Don't let her age fool you; this is one soulful diva in the making who's guaranteed to blow you away.