Sounds like: Ultimate dance party; compare to Whitney Houston, Katy Perry, Mandisa

Top tracks: "One G1rl Can Change the World," "Dancin' 2 Eternity," "Undeniable"

Shuree showcases a wide variety of vocal talents, ranging from rap a la Nicki Minaj on "Mine" to a stripped down, worshipful performance on "Undeniable." The album closes with an edgy dub-step remix of the title track that encourages listeners get out of their seats and "Dancin' 2 Eternity." Helmed by Grammy-nominated producer Oh, Hush! (Cee Lo Green, Justin Bieber), One G1rl paves the way for artists who want to break out of the traditional guitar-strumming-worship-leader mold and redefine the genre.

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