Nina Sky

Music review by
Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Common Sense Media
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Pleasant pop from twin teen queens.

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this music.

Positive Messages

Some positive girlfriend stuff.




A lot of good-natured, rather innocent innuendo.


One four-letter word, well used in context.


Just a bit.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking


What parents need to know

Parents need to know that 18-year-old twins Nina Sky deliver no-nonsense girlfriend advice in a pop package.

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What's the story?

Nina Sky is made up of identical 18-year old Puerto Rican twins, Natalie and Nicole Albino, from Queens, N.Y. Their debut CD includes the dance hit \"Move Ya Body\" and some other nice, good-natured, R&B surprises. The CD begins with a self-referential introduction that's kind of grand for a pop album that actually delivers well-written dance tunes and an empowering message or two.

Is it any good?

Good-natured sexual innuendo abounds in the dance tracks, filled with lookin' hot, lickin' lips, and getting turned on. "Let It Go" contains the CD's only four-letter word ("Ain't gonna take your sh*t" is the lyric); but for those who pay attention to lyrics, the real substance is in songs like "You Deserve," a plea to a girlfriend in a bad relationship, featuring a cameo from Betty Wright ("You deserve so much more/A lovely man to care for you/You don't have to hurt no don't be scared to walk away"); "Let it Go," a young woman's declaration of relationship independence; and "Surely Missed," a sweet memorial for a friend killed in an accident.

Consistently pleasant, the well-produced tracks allow the sisters' vocals to shine. Smooth and expressive, they get their point across -- whether the point is flirty fun, break-up angst, or a no-nonsense girlfriend reality check.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what they would do or say to a friend in trouble, or how they would like working with their siblings.

Music details

  • Artist: Nina Sky
  • Release date: July 29, 2004
  • Label: Universal
  • Genre: Pop
  • Parental advisory: No
  • Edited version available: No
  • Last updated: July 15, 2015

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