Posted September 10, 2012
The album opens with "Rest," which sets the rest of the album mood. It was a good opener. The rest of the songs sound pretty much the same until you get to the half-place song, "Overflow," which is more upbeat than the first half put together. Then the other songs sound the same again until the album ends with "You Conquer," which did not really conclude the album.
In conclusion, the album was, musically, not very creative. The lyrics were very scripture based, and that was great. Her vocals were good, but it got draggy after some time
This album is perfect for quiet time because it doesn't hold on to your attention. But if you are the dance/pop fan hoping for music to rock to, this isn't the album.
This album was filled with slow songs from beginning to end, and that was not what I expected from Beckah Shae. I feel that "Rest" is not the most memorable of her musical offereings.
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