One Love is Kimberley Locke's debut studio album that was released on May 4, 2004 by Curb Records.


  1. 8th World Wonder 3:59
  2. Have You Ever Been In Love 4:17
  3. Wrong 3:17
  4. I Could 4:20
  5. Without You 4:31
  6. It's Alright 3:23
  7. Coulda Been 3:46
  8. Before 3:55
  9. You've Changed 3:26
  10. Now I Can Fly 3:46
  11. I Can't Make You Love Me 3:25
  12. Somewhere Over The Rainbow 3:49

Chart PerformanceEdit

"One Love" peaked at #16 on the Billboard 200, #4 on Billboard's Top Internet Albums chart and #16 on Billboard's Comprehensive Albums chart. During its first week, the album sold 56,727 copies.

Critical ReceptionEdit

AllMusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine noted how the album has elements of rhythmic dance pop from Kelly Clarkson's album, "Thankful" and adult contemporary from Clay Aiken's album, "Measure of a Man", giving praise to Locke's vocal performance over a track listing that's more hook-filled than either of them, concluding that, "While that might not make for the most noteworthy of albums, it is a nice listen, and Kimberley Locke acquits herself well with this good-natured debut."

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