If you have the talent to catch the ear of Prince and become a member of his New Power Generation band then the expectations of your album would be astronomically high. Being that person, Andy Allo, gets to one-up her peers with her talent and her Prince connection. On her second album, Superconductor, translates the influence of her mentor into a funk, pop, and soul infused album full of declarations of control over her life and love. The album begins with three songs co-written by Prince ("Superconductor", "Long Gone", and "The Calm"). The title track is 90s era Prince and sounds so however, Allo’s voice sounds fresh over the familiar musical elements. "Long Gone" and "The Calm" highlight Allo’s voice more soulfully and distinctly in her own element. The more interesting tracks are those where Allo takes the writing and producing lead. Highlights are "Yellow Gold", the young Allo sounds sensual and confident in imagining what she would need to take someone from their lover; "Nothing More", a simple example of Allo standing out on seemingly sounding uncomplicated instrumentation and in more soulful voice; and "If I Were King", a song full of funk cadence where Allo sings from the perspective of a man about the chase of a superb lady. Albeit the influence of the legend we all know, Superconductor defines Allo as in control of her artistry.