Tricia "Radiate" by Kelcey Wixtrom (cmaddict.com) on 2013-08-02 17:06:41
Many will recognize Tricia Brock as the lead vocal of the band Superchick. Launching her debut album Radiate under the name Tricia, the Superchick star has embraced new musical trends while still giving an occasional nod to her roots.
Radiate is a tasteful blend of upbeat pop, soulful worship, and dance music. No matter what the style, Tricia’s heart for strong messages always shines through. Tracks “Pity Party” and “Good to be a Girl” will resonate with Superchick fans, while fans of Britt Nicole will like “Radiate” and “Everything as Loss.” “Without You” is a wonderfully unexpected musical combination, almost in a camp-meeting style. Tricia has also included powerful, stripped-down worship songs “Love Will Not Let Go” and “What I Know.” This wide spectrum of styles highlights Tricia’s vocal abilities; her voice is light and fun on pop tracks but resonant and soulful on worship songs. With this variety, Radiate may prove to be a break-through album of the fall.
No matter what struggle you are facing, the messages in Radiate can help you get through. Tricia’s lyrics reach out to a wide spectrum of emotions. It’s hard to think of a day where we don’t need to be reminded that God is enough, He will not let go, and He loves us for who we are!
1. Everything As Loss 3:18
2. Mirror Mirror 2:50
3. Enough 2:52
4. Radiate 2:51
5. Good To Be A Girl 3:15
6. Daughter Of The King 3:36
7. Love Will Not Let Go 3:35
8. Different 3:35
9. Adding Up To A Miracle 3:00
10. Pity Party 3:14
11. Without You 3:38
12. What I Know 3:51
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