Style: Anthemic modern worship; compare to Delirious, Chris Tomlin, Coldplay, Tim Hughes
Top tracks: "We Are the Free," "Endless Hallelujah," "Magnificent"
If you've enjoyed modern church standards like "The Heart of Worship," "Blessed Be Your Name" and "Our God," Redman's latest—all new material recorded live at a worship conference) should fit comfortably. Don't expect much beyond his usual building balladry/Brit rock vibe, though he still writes catchy praise anthems. With towering, Coldplay-like choruses and reverent ballads, there's an equal emphasis on congregational singing and personal musings, affirming his consistency and connectivity, in spite of sticking pretty close to the usual plot.
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