Style: Pop-worship; compare to Christy Nockels, Britt Nicole, Meredith Andrews
Top tracks: "Steady My Heart," "We Are," "Find You on My Knees"
The Texas-based Gateway worship leader known for introducing "The Revelation Song" to the masses hit it big with her 2009 pop debut. Where I Find You raises the bar, expanding her worship sensibility and solo pop sweetness by enlisting major hooks to showcase radio-ready co-writes (with the likes of Matt Maher, Lincoln Brewster and Hillsong's Mia Feldes). Add production by Ed Cash (Chris August) and Matt Bronleewe (Natalie Imbruglia) to Jobe's sweet-strong vocal impressions, and the product should yield CCM success. And despite some sleepy clichés, Jobe's sensitive evocations make apparent her genuine worship music background.1
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