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Koryn Stays In Her Thriving Lane! | Posted September-25-2020



What You Need To Know: 

Koryn Hawthorne is a go-getter. Participated and finished high on The Voice and later dropped her debut album, “Unstoppable.” Her single “Won’t He Do It” was a smash and went gold! She’s performed on various awards shows and was nominated for a Grammy, Stellar, several Billboard and Stellar Awards. Yet, she’s only 22 years old, very present on social media and still showing that down to earth attitude can allude many when they achieve the accolades that she Koryn has. Instead of resting on her laurels, Koryn has dropped her sophomore album, “I AM”



What It Sounds Like:

Album contains a little for everyone. Songs of worship, Contemporary Christian styled songs topped with the hard hitting bangers and even songs dealing with relationships. “Broken Pieces” is a ballad with a familiar prayer of asking God to heal what is broken. However it hits differently in a year (2020) that has been full of tragedies, trials and triumphs. Koryn executes it nicely with her powerful contralto. All I can do is close my eyes and worship to the anthem, “How Great.”. Get the juices flowing and nod your head to the 90’s tinged jam “Joy” while keeping the party going with “Sunday.” 



Spiritual Highlights: 

As I stated earlier, this is a well-rounded album. It even deals with relationships from a Christian perspective as well. “Pray” is a song to remind us to do something that will never get old or go out of style. Constant communication with God is needed in our lives and in the midst of a time where so many voices are speaking loudly. 



Best Song on the Record: 

Two songs with different means and purposes stand out as the best songs on the album. Smooth tenor, Jonathan McReynolds joins in on “Peace.” This mid-tempo song screams, “Real talk!” as they both sing about leaving a relationship that did not feel right about and and was just the wrong one to be wrapped up in. “Know You” features the passionate worshipper Steffany Gretzinger and the ladies express their longing to know and have a deeper relationship with Christ. 



For Fans Of: 

V. Rose, Natalie Grant, Mary Mary 



Final Word: 

She did not totally change directions on this album while still showing growth as an artist. I am looking forward to seeing more from Koryn because she has a style and personality of her own. Another artist who is very needed in this industry!



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Lecrae Drops Another Classic! | Posted August-20-2020
What You Need to Know:

Lecrae Moore is one of the most influential artists in Christian Hip Hop whether he accepts the label or not. The last four or five years were a time of transition, questions, and downright extreme scrutiny from the Christian community. Seeing a share of disappointments, hurt, and failures of his own, Lecrae has been pretty candid on his social media platforms and in interviews. God has restored Lecrae in many areas and he is doing his best to restore communities through his work with Love Without Walls, visiting prisons and providing services, investing in Peace Preparatory Academy, and much more. Finally, the much anticipated, Restoration is finally here. There is a book dropping in October (available for pre-order on Amazon) and a documentary that recently dropped to coincide with the album. However, this album was worth the wait. Producers like Carvelo, S1 and Wu10 along with singers John Legend and Jozzy, were some of the ones involved to make this album.

What it Sounds Like:

Restoration is one of Lecrae’s best bodies of work! It is an album full of songs that describe ways in which he was restored from hurtful things in his childhood to restoration from a very dark time a few years ago. Rest assured, there are some bangers! One of the great things about Lecrae leaving Columbia was the fact that he could go in the studio and make a song relevant to today’s hostile environment and not wait for clearance from the record company. That is just what happened with “Deep End”. This song was a therapeutic venting session where Lecrae airs out his frustrations with all that has happened with Ahmaud Arbury, George Floyd, protests, riots, etc. He talks of not going back to his old self, not losing his grip, and God reminding him that he is still holding on. I personally cried when I first heard this song because it was if he put down some of my thoughts in his rap. On “Wheels Up”,  I loved the way Lecrae went light voice wise, but beastily in terms of his lyrics and flow! He and vocalist Marc E. Bassy were lockstep with the smooth flow and singing. “Keep Going” is a vibe; Carvelo drops that heater of a trap beat and Lecrae keeps it grimey.



Spiritual Highlights:

Hope is one of the words I think of when hearing the album. Songs like “Set Me Free” and all too short, “Restore Me” show the joy of letting things go that were holding Lecrae down and he is here to give God praise for it! Real problems and a real God to help deal and help you succeed spreads throughout the album. “Only Human” features the butter vocals of R&B artist BJ the Chicago Kid. Lecrae spits of the loving God that walks Him through life despite his vices and flaws that almost took him out. 



Best Song on the Record:

“Sunday Morning” jams so hard!! The beat is hard! The vocals are on the hook, are on point and the message is just right. Please let your windows down and blast this song in these “quarantined streets.” Kirk Franklin comes at the end of the song to do a sobering spoken word to give even more meaning to this song, but the hook is the standout part of this song. 



For Fans Of:

Andy Mineo, Tedashii, Derek Minor, Bizzle



Final Word: 

Lecrae talks of retiring soon and hopefully he does not. However if Restoration is one of his last albums, he is going all out! Be prepared to be encouraged. Be prepared to reflect and please be prepared to jam the whole album and getting new favorites as time goes on. This is the album we needed in 2020!


Buy on Apple Music | Listen on Spotify

 



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Come Alive with This New Worship EP | Posted August-16-2020

What You Need To Know

All Nations Music is a worship collective made up of people stemming from different chapters of the All Nations Worship Assembly, a multi-location church based out of Chicago, Illinois. The level of talent and excellence in All Nations' various churches across the country is top-notch while their passion for Christ is strong. Come Alive is their newest EP and features the likes of Miranda Curtis, Chandler Moore, Candy West, and Cristabel Clack. 



What it Sounds Like

This EP has options for all listeners: songs for worship teams and, more importantly, songs for personal worship. There are songs that have a multiracial appeal while maintaining that Gospel edge. Having former American Idol contestant Cristabel Clack lead the first part of a song and having gospel artist Candy West finish it is like having two great hitters batting back to back in an inning of baseball. That’s actually what happens with “Glory Rise.” Cristabel leads off wonderfully during the verse and chorus. Then, Candy takes over to drive it home as only she can do so. She leads the background singers as they sing, “For He is good/His mercy endureth forever.” Artist Tim Reddick leads the reggae-tinged, “That Great Name.” As they sing about bowing down to honor God, I can just imagine how charged the place was the night they recorded the album. 





Spiritual Highlights

“Come what may You’re worthy of glory/Come what may You’re worthy of praise/All we are glory’s reflection”  Resonating lyrics that serve to show that we owe everything to God as we are a reflection of His goodness. "Bless Your Name” is a beautiful ode to God and a promise to praise Him throughout life during any season. Singer Chandler Moore puts his stamp on this songacoustic worship meets gospel harmonyto create a wonderful marriage of styles. Bless Your Name” is the truth and will of God that warrant several listens. 



Best Song

Chandler Moore and Pastor Matthew Stevenson lead "Yahweh," the pivotal song of the whole EP. You begin to truly tap in and focus solely on worshipping God with fervor and passion. The song has simple lyrics yet it could hijack a service due to the fact that you will not want to let it go. Please add this song to your worship playlist.



For Fans Of

Maverick City Worship, Jubilee Worship, William McDowell, Travis Greene



Final Word

All Nations Music has something special in Come Alive. Take a chance on this EP because it may be just what you need to listen to.

 





Stream on Apple Music or Spotify.




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Creativity in worship! | Posted July-16-2020

What You Need To Know:

Nashville Life Church is pastored by Alvin Love and CeCe Winans Love while Nashville Life Music is their music department who is signed with Integrity Music. Although they have released many singles and the Taylor House Session EP since 2017, their new album, Here for Jesus is their second full-length release. This unique aggregation has quickly carved their path and musical niche as one that is unlike any other modern worship band. Producer/singer, Dwan Hill, won the ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Award for the track, "My Life" which featured Mr. Talkbox. Things are still jumping with Here for Jesus.



What it Sounds Like:

This album is so much fun and a celebration of our life in Christ! We NEED this album in 2020! Alvin Love Jr. brings his falsetto to lead the upbeat, “More Than Words,” that recalls late 70’s, early 80’s Michael Jackson tunes. Get ready to dance to this R&B jam!



Insert, “In A Little While.” Close your eyes and imagine yourself in a church concert in the 1970’s with the freedom to dance and worship. Think Abba and the Bee Gees singing Gospel and Christian music! Those groups have a very unique way of singing and may make one cringe of the thought of singing worship music in 2020. However, “In A Little While” will have you wanting to put on some bell bottoms and dance like John Travolta in Saturday Night Live



"Here For Jesus" is self-explanatory in meaning and hard-hitting in drum beat topped with the group's singing stadium rock style. Dwan Hill takes the lead, and it is cool to hear the contrast of his cool and collective vocal style on the verse compared to the rest of the song. 



Spiritual Highlights:

“The Name above all other names/His love for us will never fail/So good our hearts cannot contain/So let the Church erupt with praise!” This is the bridge to “Here for Jesus” and is central to the album’s message and the hearts of followers of Christ. “Claim It All” is a wonderful ballad of victory for God’s people. Giving the harsh climate of this somewhat crazy year, this song is a great reminder of shining through dark times and not being afraid in the midst of raging. Knowing who we are and whose we are is powerful and through Him we should carry a confidence and an assurance. 



Best Song on the Record: 

Although there are so many standout songs on this album, “Shepherd” is a go-to song and one of calm strength. To top it all of, Leeland is the lead singer on the song and he was the right person for it. When so much is screaming at us, remember the tag, “My life is better/I like it better when I am following You.” Leeland’s ad-libs are placed so well and add to the potency of the end of the song. 



For Fans Of: 

Leeland, Hillsong Young and Free, Maverick City Worship, CeCe Winans, Tauren Wells



Final Word: 

Thank you Nashville Life Music for Here for Jesus! What a refreshing yet, fun album! Some may be surprised when listening to the album due to some of the uniqueness. However, do NOT give up on it because it will be something that you won't forget. 



Listen on Spotify or Apple Music




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Kierra is back with another hit album | Posted May-05-2020

What You Need To Know: 

Gospel singer Kierra Shears has had quite a year. She starred as her mother, Karen Clark Sheard, in the Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel biopic that did extremely well on Lifetime. She hit some notes that made many of us shake our heads in sheer amazement. She has a clothing line dedicated to plus-size and curvy women. She has over a million followers on Instagram. And she continues to be a major inspiration to youth and young adults. One major downside to this success is the tragic loss of her grandmother, the very elegant, Willie Mae Sheard. The two were very close and the family is mourning. Despite the loss, Kierra has moved forward and dropped her new self-titled album. Already, the album has reached number one on the Gospel charts.



What it Sounds Like: 

Kierra is a mixture of live and studio tracks, similar to what the artist has offered in her older music. A formula that started on her mom’s first album, Finally Karen. Kierra’s voice can go from smooth runs to melodic pop to a good squall. The early 80s R&B uptempo style of “So Into You” has such a groove and a vibe. Her nephew, Jacob Sheard, steps in to sing with Kierra, just like she did on her mom’s first album. The legacy continues. 



“It Keeps Happening” has a pop feel, as Kierra celebrates the doors opening in her life. I love the driving nature of the triumphant “Always Win.” Kierra’s versatility is on display in “Human,” over a trap beat with well-produced vocals. She's vulnerable dealing with people who have a vision of how they think she should live. Missy Elliott, a friend of Kierra and the Clark Sisters, spits a few bars on the fun and high energy, “Please Don’t Judge Me.” Mainstream needs to pick this up,



Best Song on the Record: 

At first listen, "Better" was song that stood out to me. It's a great song to add to your workout playlist. Gospel musician Le'Andria Johnson teams with Kierra to remake the Clark Sisters’ “My Redeemer Liveth.” Both ladies gave stellar performances, honoring the legends. Kierra and fellow gospel singer Tasha Cobbs Leonard have great musical chemistry. The two artists have collaborated on several songs prior to the new song, “Something Has to Break.” This song speaks of how God is in control, fighting for his children and breaking things that are hindering us. Insert, “I’ll Follow You” and listen to Kierra and gospel artist Todd Dulaney take us to church with the tag, Yes I’ll go/I’ll Follow You.”  They sing of blindly, obeying God’s will and just following him. 



For Fans Of:

Karen Clark Sheard, Twinkie Clark, Keyondra Lockett, Mary Mary



Final Thoughts:

I'm so happy for Kierra Sheard. She is a great influence on so many fans and artists. I'm in awe of the amazing things happening in her life. Kierra is an album that has major crossover appeal, while not alienating her followers from the church. There is something for everyone. And, it deserves the awards that I believe she will receive for it. 



Listen on SpotifyListen on Apple Music




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A Master Class from Skilled, Yet Humble Artist | Posted April-18-2020

What You Need To Know: 

Jonathan McReynolds is a genius songwriter! He makes songs in a way that resonates with generations. He has songs that challenge your faith while reassuring you that your failures have been understood by a loving God. Songs like “Cycles,” "Make Room,” “God is Good,” “Lovin’ Me,” and “No Gray” are just a few of those songs. He is back with the EP, People even though his previous release, Make Room is still fresh and still making waves while earning him more fans. However, People further displays why Jonathan McReynolds is an important voice in today’s climate.



What it Sounds Like: 

“People” is the lead single and it is making waves due to the subject matter. It starts off with only John and an acoustic guitar with the piano added and accented by string instruments. Although the light high tenor of Jonathan’s is always amazing. The words permeate and always make me double back, rewind, do a double-take, etc. First verse hooks you in with, They are the best and the worst You’ve created/Loving and hating and opinionated/Deliver me from/People, people/When You said could heal me from anything did you mean/People, people, deliver me. So many of my thoughts are articulated in this song, but the best part comes at the end when he says, Forgive me when I’m one of those people. Mic DROP! Pastor Mike Todd comes and talks during the reprise along with the wonderful sounds of the Walls Group. Mali Music comes in and really adds the “sauce” to “Movin On.” This duet has been a long time coming and their vocals mesh so well together over this soulful ditty. 



Spiritual Highlights:

“Situation” is another example of thinking differently and not just making a cliche-filled song. Jonathan acknowledges that we can ask for and want things our way. However with this song, he just simply wants God to step into his situation. Maturity is wanting God and trusting His sovereignty knowing that having Jesus in our situation is better than anything else. He keeps this mindset going as he asks God to mold him and use him on the folksy  “Cathedral”. 



Best Song On The Record:

The songs on this record are too important and intricate. “Moving On”, “Cathedral” “People” and "Grace” would be the stand out songs on the EP. “Grace” will be a favorite when he is able to travel again and it should capture the attention of listeners who purchase and stream. I need Your grace more than I ever thought I would/You forgave more than I thought You ever could/I was stronger in head/But truth is, I need Your grace. The song goes from a very soft tune building to a strong Gospel finish backed by a choir. Oh and Jonathan hits this high note that made me step back and give a strong nod of approval. What CAN’T you do?! 



For Fans Of:

KJ Scriven, Travis Greene, Gene Moore, B. Reith, Tim Bowman, Isaac Caree



Final Word: 

People helps to keep the huge momentum going and more and more will realize that Jonathan McReynolds is special! Honest and relatable lyrics with skillful vocals. Although I would like for Contemporary Christian radio to also pick up his music, this young man’s gifts are continually making room for him. The world needs this EP and this artist! 



Listen or Pre-Order on Apple Music.




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Another Deitrick Haddon banger! | Posted April-16-2020
What You Need To Know: 

Deitrick Haddon has been in the music field since he was a teenager which is about 30 years. Since he ages well, one would have guessed that he is actually in his late twenties or early thirties. He has always been ahead of his time musically and a bit of a trendsetter when it comes to clothing. Countless albums with Voices of Unity and solo albums make up his massive Discography. Deitrick is a husband and father first, but he is also a pastor and actor as well. This timeless artist is back with another album, Time (Truth Is My Energy)

What it Sounds Like: 

“Go Back” is one to dance to and have fun with its mix of 80’s R&B, Jackson Five’s “ABC” and Deitrick’s signature Urban groove. The message is solid. He calls for people to go back to when we would pray and seek God after we first received Jesus into our hearts. With this onslaught of Covid-19 and the country spending most of the time at home, hopefully more prayer and worship is happening. Deitrick hooked up with superproducer Zaythoven to bring the Trap heavy “Gorilla Faith.” Parents, put this on at home on your system for your kids who love Trap music or rap and see how they react. To top things off, Atlanta rapper, Yung LA spits a few bars at the end. Deitrick has always been versatile. So he can go from “Gorilla Faith” to the churchy “Come Through” to a more Urban pop version of his worship song, “He’s Able.” Nothing sounds contrived. 



Spiritual Highlights:

On “He’s Able,” the end of the chorus says, “Don’t give up on God/cause He won’t give up on you/He’s able.” That part right there is needed when people feel like they are alone or wondering where God is. R&B slow jam, “Every Thing,” has Deitrick singing of surrendering all past hurts, triumphs, current issues, responsibilities to God. We are in a time of overwhelming uncertainty that is bringing anxiety, grief, and pain. Deitrick has an album that is perfect for this time. 



Best Song on the Record:

“Every Time” is my favorite song on a solid album! This pop ballad has the punchy drum programming melded with keyboards accented by the rhythm guitar. Deitrick gives thanks and praise to God for always coming through. It is just a great song. I do not want to sound cliche’ with picking another ballad as the best song, but “He Carried the Cross” is powerful! Both “Every Time” and “You Carried The Cross” have accompanying music videos to go with them. 



For Fans Of:

Tauren Wells, Gene Moore, Rance Allen



Final Word:

For someone to be in Gospel or Christian music as long as Deitrick Haddon has and still have cutting edge music and relevant lyrics, it should be celebrated and recognized! Time (Truth Is My Energy) came out at the right time and hopefully people will enjoy it during this hopefully short season of lockdown and social distancing and beyond.



Stream on Apple Music and Spotify.




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Unconventional yet catchy sound of Judah Band is back! | Posted March-19-2020
There is no secret to readers that I love Judah Band. They just go for it in terms of taking risks and in the genre of Gospel music, there are those who really do not appreciate those stepping out of the box. Thankfully, The Hawkins Family, The Winans, Commissioned, Kirk Franklin and more have stepped out to break the musical molds. Young artists such as Jonathan McReynolds and Judah Band continue to do just that today. Judah Band continues to shine on their latest, Hush EP.



What it Sounds Like:

“Bless His Name” ft. Cierra Cantrell & Darnell Williams gets things jumping right out the gate. This retro beach party jam meets Urban Praise ditty is the perfect hook to draw folks to the Hush EP.



I also cannot get enough of “Wait and See.” This is such a feel-good song that is all about faith and keeping a faithful expectancy for whatever God has in store. Verse, “sunny” vocal arrangements, lyrics, all accented by the guitar and the tag, "Just wait and see." This is a good one! 



Although the EP has the usual quirky and eclectic music that we have come to expect from Judah Band, they are still worshipers. "I Will Praise" is such a wonderful song of adoration that builds and builds; hopefully worship leaders will hear this and this to their song lists.



Spiritual Highlights:

For a group like Judah Band, some could get lost in their daring musicianship, creativity both musically and visually. However, listen to the whole Hush EP and one will NEVER mistake this for anything but Good News music with a twist. Christ is magnified.



Best Song on the Record:

“Promises" ft. Samantha Howard is my favorite song on the record! It is upbeat Bluegrass and Gospel all at once. The title says just that. All that God has promised will come to pass and that He will never leave us alone. Ms. Howard’s jazzy contralto bodes well in the midst of a song that fits in a Crowder set in terms of style.



For Fans Of:

Deitrick Haddon and Voices of Unity, Maverick City Music, Myron Butler and Levi



Final Word:

2020 has been a TOUGH and STRANGE year so far. Groups like Judah Band are so needed and appreciated. Hush EP is another winner for Judah Band and I cannot wait to see their live performances after all of the lockdowns, etc end! 

Listen on Apple Music or Spotify.




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More of What We Need! | Posted December-05-2019
What You Need To Know:

Travis Greene consistently releases songs that are powerful yet good for the worshipper. He has strong support in the Gospel sector along with breaking racial and denominational barriers. It is no wonder that he also travels to Africa to minister and is loved due to his authentic heart and passion for vertical music. Broken Record is his latest offering on RCA Inspiration.




What It Sounds Like: 

The song choices, musical arrangements and vocal placements are on point while leading to and not taking away from the One whom this album is focused on. On his previous album, I was really feeling the chorus of the different song being sung at the tail end of “Have Your Way.” That chorus of "Great Jehovah, ruler of everything/Our defender. You are the most High King" was brought to this album via a full song, "Great Jehovah." Mid Tempo and catchy. A banjo and more fiddles and violins could be added for a remix. A duet with David Crowder would be fitting. The lead single is lyrically worshipful with a feel of Kirk Franklin collides with Travis Greene in terms of vocal arrangement. “Good & Loved” is a highlight and another song to add your time of worship and prayer. Steffany Gretzinger joins Travis to sing of the comforting feeling of being loved by God. I am so proud of Steffany for her willingness to work with artists who are not of the same race, but with the same goal of worshipping God with reckless abandon. Her passion and singing transcend what can divide our nation.



Spiritual Highlights: 

This album is about worship and praise, but it is also a conduit for unity because there is much for lovers of different genres of music and those of different ethnicities to enjoy. Youth worship bands and main service worship teams can enjoy songs like “All Things New” and “No One Else.”



Best Song on the Record:

“Broken Vessels” blew me away the first ten times listened to it and I still am not tired of it. It is easily one of my favorite songs of worship. It sounds like Travis just grabbed a room full of worship leaders and lovers of God and recorded an intimate devotion service. The men sing the first verse in unison, joined by the ladies for verse two, only backed by an acoustic guitar. The song ends with Travis leading everyone while simply singing, "Jesus, Jesus/You are with us."  “Respond” is a smooth track that features Travis along with three singers: Trinity Anderson, Taylor Poole and D’Nar Young and they are SANGIN!



For Fans Of:

Dante Bowe, Maverick City Worship, Israel and New Breed



Final Word:

Keep it up, Travis Greene! Our country and the world need more music that unites us through worship and praise. 

Get it on ITunes or Listen On Spotify




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She's Ms. Consistency | Posted October-02-2019

What You Need To Know:

V. Rose signifies that consistent artist that brings the heat while tearing off layers to expose her issues, and even scars. She has been dropping singles and EPs that have been “heaters,” and I have been waiting for her to drop her full-length album. Finally, she comes through with the release of Forth, another lineup of syncopation, trap, and banging beats with V. Rose giving us that control to that she has mastered, but also “staying in her lane.” However she has upgraded lyric-wise, and we are here for it.




What it Sounds Like:

“Might Be Ready” provides an inside look into her personal life via a vulnerable admittance to getting a yearly question from a special someone if she is ready for marriage–it seems as if she and this person are inching closer to the real thing. Her candor is expressed, albeit to chilled out “At My Worst,” this time appreciating God’s patience and unconditional love in spite of even the ugliest part of her. We also watch V. Rose go from the smooth singer to a fast spitting emcee, and back into a singer on “He Knows My Name.”



Spiritual Highlights: 

These are urban “psalms” that are identifiable for those who are growing in the faith, as well as those who are wondering if there are “real,” authentic Christians. People will be able to bang this in their cars while also being encouraged in their relationship with Christ. V. Rose connects!



Best Song on the Record:

The collaborations on Forth worked well and it shows that V. Rose doesn’t just pick anyone to fill up a record; it has to work sonically and organically. Danielle Apicella joins in on “Can’t Let,” an acoustic soul jam that has a smooth vibe to it. Both ladies say goodbye to bad thoughts and anything getting in the way of what God has in store for their lives. “I Got You” features Eris Ford, and I actually had to listen more than once to tell the ladies apart. The production and vocal prowess of Eric and V. Rose were melded so well that they sounded like the same vocalist.



For Fans Of:

Hillary Jane, Virtue, Evan and Eris



Final Word:

V. Rose has music and a message that is great for youth and young adults. She is someone that you want to play for young ladies, and her music is relatable. Forth is more of the same dopeness that we expect from her!



Buy Forth on Apple Music or stream it on Spotify.




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