"Sometimes in life, you just need to reset--reset from the clutter, from your circumstances, from the chaos..."
It's a concept that Stellar Award-winning artist Isaac Carree creatively explores on his sophomore solo album, RESET. On it, the Atlanta-based singer, songwriter, producer and actor takes listeners on a musical journey of relatable songs, dynamic vocals and masterful musicality.
The album's lead single, "Clean This House," met unprecedented success when it entered the gospel radio charts at #28, then skyrocketing to the top ten within just weeks. Anticipation is high for RESET, the follow-up to Carree's Stellar Award-winning debut solo album, Uncommon Me.
"I've grown a lot since I released my first solo album," says Carree, a loving husband and father. "I got to a place where I needed to reset some things in my life, personally and professionally, in order to be who God made me to be, and to do everything God has for me to do."
With new management, a new distribution deal and the restructuring of his own label, Door 6 Entertainment, Isaac Carree boldly releases RESET, solidifying his position as one of gospel music's leading male vocalists.
Isaac Carree began his music career over twenty years ago, as a celebrated soloist with John P. Kee & New Life Community Choir, before co-founding the award-winning contemporary gospel group, Men of Standard. Over the next decade, the guy group went on to record five albums, releasing numerous hit singles including "Trust In God" and "In Your Will," before taking a hiatus to pursue individual endeavors.
In 2011, Isaac Carree released his debut solo album, Uncommon Me, to much anticipation and groundbreaking acclaim. It debuted at #1 on Billboard's Gospel Albums chart, #48 on the Billboard 200 and #5 on the Independent Albums chart. The project's hit single, "In the Middle," peaked at #1 at Gospel radio, where it remained for 8 consecutive weeks, becoming a beloved praise party anthem across the nation. Uncommon Me earned Carree the prestigious Stellar Award for Producer of the Year, along with four more nominations, including Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year.
In the past two years, Carree has toured extensively in the U.S., opening for Steve Harvey and Kirk Franklin in a 7-city comedy/music arena tour, and as a featured guest on the Go Get It Tour with Mary Mary. He also participated in the historic King's Men Tour, sponsored by Live Nation, featuring Kirk Franklin, Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp and Israel Houghton.
With RESET, Isaac Carree steps squarely onto center stage to transparently demonstrate the power of God's redemption and restoration. He wants listeners to relate, be inspired, and find hope in the fact that it's never too late to start again.
"Whatever you're going through in life," declares Carree, "if you find yourself in a situation that doesn't resemble what God has for you, you can always hit that reset button, go to Him, and be changed."