Britt Nicole "The Remixes" by Andrew Funderburk (cmaddict.com) on 2015-02-24 11:26:26
Every few years, we see many artists releasing a landmark album. That can come in the form of a “Best of” collection or a remix project. With that said, it looks like Britt Nicole decided it was time to make that move. With eight years of a stellar career accomplished and three studio albums to date, plus another coming later this year, Britt brings us “The Remixes.” We see the likes of Neon Feather, Capital Kings, My Kid Brother, Soul Glow Activatur and Jason Nevins show their handiwork through the twelve-track record.
Due to this being a remix album, there is no new content lyrically. Unfortunately, the same could almost be said musically. While the beats are crafted well, many times they don’t seem to fully fit with the songs. With songs like Set the World on Fire and The Lost Get Found, the feel is that two positives tried to be put together. Notable mixes would be All This Time, Walk on the Water, and Amazing Life. With remix projects, things should be a little different in sound and presentation. While some beats do catch the ear, ultimately it isn’t an attention grabber. Overall, the album isn’t a total disappointment. It is still fun and creative at its respective points, but ultimately it doesn’t live up to the potential that it could have had.
Rating: 3 out of 5
Genre: Pop / Hip-Hop
Label: Capitol Christian
Release Date: March 17, 2015
Buy it: Amazon
Ready Or Not feat. Lecrae (PHENOMENON Remix by Soul Glow Activatur) (2:58)
The Lost Get Found (Neon Feather Remix) (3:23)
Amazing Life (Capital Kings Remix) (3:07)
Like A Star (My Kid Brother Remix) (3:20)
All This Time (Pro Fit Remix) (4:25)
Walk on the Water (PHENOMENON Remix by Soul Glow Activatur) (4:08)
Set the World On Fire (Neon Feather Remix) (3:50)
Glow (J Sapp Remix) (3:53)
Holiday (My Kid Brother Remix) (3:43)
Gold (Lark Remix) (3:02)
The Sun Is Rising (Horizon Remix) (4:57)
Gold (Jason Nevins Rhythmic Radio) (3:08)
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