Style: Worshipful, R&B-laced pop; compare to Israel Houghton, Nicole C. Mullen, Matt Redman
Top tracks: "L.O.V.E." "Jehovah," "How He Loves," "Home"
Like the title implies, this project is an assortment of programmed pop, string-heavy ballads, and harmony-saturated soul, all with a worship focus. Though it doesn't always make for a cohesive listen, it's the boldest step these five Samoan brothers have ever taken to incorporate their vast interests—further underscored by duets with CeCe Winans, TobyMac, Jeremy Camp, and B. Reith. The group's vocal strengths shine through on R&B-leaning praises like "Jehovah" and the David Crowder Band cover "How He Loves," both reminiscent of the group's now classic "Draw Me Close."1
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