In 2008 — the same year another one-name British soul-pop singer called Adele arrived — Estelle made her own splash with "American Boy." Although her fourth LP lacks a killer Kanye collaboration like that one, she doesn't need it. Tracing the stages of a relationship, the album is split into themes including courage, passion and (of course) true romance. It's a loose concept, but it delivers: "Something Good" keeps the Nineties-house revival pumping, while "Silly Girls" is Seventies slow-jam sumptuousness. Even better is "All That Matters" — a love letter to Dionne Warwick's Bacharach-David days that gives this album a fairy-tale ending.