Sweet Justice, the second album from Los Angeles-based, Zimbabwe-born, Australia-raised Tkay Maidza, is radiant, soulful and seductive, showcasing all facets of the irrepressible Tkay: her mordant wit and infectiousness, her unwavering belief in herself and her refusal to compromise. Sweet Justice is not a revenge album, but the result of a dark night of the soul - and a subsequent epiphany - that led to a series of of professional and personal reckonings, but it springs from a deep sense of of karma. Tkay has never sounded so liberated, or like she was having more fun. She switches effortlessly between styles and lets her irrefutable personality be the connective tissue. After parting ways with of old friends, she found some new ones who are on the same creative wavelength: Canadian producers Stint and Kaytranada, and fellow Australian Flume, all of whom contribute to the production. Sweet Justice is an album that embodies the wonderful contradictions of Tkay's art: It's a coming-of-age record of to someone who has mastered the game; an album about karmic justice and accountability that's bright, breezy and incredibly funny, and lays down those who are dishonest and disrespectful with a venomous kiss. As Tkay sings in "Love Again," a song that sounds like a meditation session, "Gone are the days when I fell and saw there was no escape." It's like they always say: a good life is the best revenge. On Sweet Justice, Tkay shows that firsthand.