Throughout the 90s, the Brand New Heavies were at the forefront of making soulful music with live instrumentation. With N'dea Davenport holding down the lead vocals, the group had a solid run of successful releases: "The Brand New Heavies", "Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol.1" and "Brother/Sister". When N'dea left to work on her solo project, the group still had marginal success but never reached their peak.
That may change with the release of "Get Used to It". N'dea has returned, and they are on a mission to "bring back the funky music" which she states on the track, "Right On". It doesn't take long to realize that BNH hasnít lost their touch at all. The opening cut "We've Got" gets the party going in the right direction thanks to Andrew Love Levy's awesome bass playing. N'dea puts her stamp on the Stevie Wonder tune "I don't know why (I love you)". On the track, "Let's Do it Again", BNH serves up a little 70s disco flavor without sounding dated. With the mid-tempo "love is" and the rock-infused "I been touched", BNH ensures that the album finishes just as strong as it begins. "Get Used to It" ensures that old fans will be more than pleased, and new fans will eagerly hop aboard for the ride.