The transparent and motivational EP is concrete proof of Latice's ability to deliver melodic and soulful messages to listeners and followers of Christ. THE CURE is available now on all major digital retail and streaming outlets.
"This new music I'm releasing is all about our common symptoms (our temptations, struggles, stumbling blocks on our journey, those pills we use to maintain or fill our voids.) My hope is that my music will simply help us identify our stuff, see that we all have the same issues, and that we all use a variation of the same resources. I hope that we can judge less, and come together to see, and ultimately find our common source, the cure, Jesus Christ," Latice Crawford shares.
THE CURE by Latice Crawford is a six-track confessional with transparent lyrics revealing her testimony over the last few years -- diving deep into love, life, relationships and religion.
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An EP That is Both Therapeutic and Ministers| Posted June 15, 2021
What You Need to Know
Latice Crawford is no stranger to the Gospel industry having finished third on the second Season of Sunday Best. She has released a few projects, starred in a major play while also being a devoted mother. Crawford has always offered soul stirring performances while still maintaining a strong sense of elegance and fashion. She is now in EOne and she has released her new EP, The Cure stew of sorts of Gospel music sprinkled with old soul music.
What It Sounds Like and The Album’s Best Songs
My face gets ugly and my head nods when “Something Something” comes on. Latice’s raspy vocals are perfect for this midtempo jam and the bass line is so funky. That something she is singing about is obviously Jesus and she even borrows the line from the song that says, “Something’s Got A Hold Of Me.” Listen to “Something Something” and “Big Gee Oh Dee” back to back if you dare! “Big Gee Oh Dee '' is a fun song that is only Latice on lead and background vocals and a staccato programmed beat. As powerful as the ballads are, these two songs are my favorites.
The Cure EP and title track are basically centered around rearranging priorities and truly making Christ your focus. She gets pretty candid about what she actually tried to cope with life’s ills and trials. She has faced things like trying to make sure she has food for her child, etc. However she puts her trust in Him and she hammers the point home that Christ is the cure and she sings the HECK out of this song! After her powerful solo (backed only by a piano) on “All in All”, Latice exhorts that all anyone needs is in God.
Solid 6 songs and I am happy for Latice Crawford. Thank you EOne for getting behind her and allowing this message of healing to get to her old and new audience. Do yourself a favor: Buy or stream or gift this EP, The Cure. Someone needs to here these songs!