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Album Review

At 15, the wide-eyed vocal powerhouse captivated a nationwide audience with her appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and became an instant star in the Contemporary Christian Music world with her hit 2000 Word Records debut Live For You. Since then, the multi-Dove Award nominated performer has quickly blossomed into a visionary artist whose focus on her career is surpassed only by her ever-growing commitment to Christ. She took more creative control on her equally successful 2002 follow-up, Kaleidoscope, co-writing five songs and incorporating a widening range of influences, from Stevie Wonder and Lauryn Hill to U2. On Blur, Rachael Lampa enters the next phase of her musical journey, the unique all-remix project. The purpose of this disc is all about her wish to move beyond her core adult contemporary audience and make music for the teenage crowd, which is of course comprised of her contemporaries. As such, there's pop, techno, funk, dance, and hip-hop refashionings of ten tracks from her first two discs, by top CCM mixers like Dan Muckala, Tedd T., and Csaba Petocz. Six of the tracks on Blur come from Kaleidoscope, and four from Live For You. Jeff Savage gives the standout hit "Savior Song" a trippy, industrial funk groove and blends an hypnotic, throbbing ambience with powerful hip-hop beats for "I'm All Yours." Fans of the original tracks may find the extra noise distracting but it's all for a good cause — this album enables Lampa to communicate her ever-inspiring messages to a whole new crowd.

Customer Reviews


She doesn't seem like she has much main-stream views.... but her music is remarkable. I love it so much. I think that her Kalidescope record was better just because her voice was more mature... but otherwise I think she has a voice that deserves more credit and popularity than it's getting.


Born: January 8, 1985

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Christian vocal prodigy Rachael Lampa's sweet singing was first featured on the Word Records release Live for You, which was issued on August 1, 2000. Featuring a duet with Aaron Neville, "There Is Still a Dream," the album was co-produced by Brent Bourgeois and Brown Bannister, who had discovered Lampa at a music conference in Colorado when she was 14. By the following year, her debut album was released, around the time the young singer was beginning high school. Her second album, 2002's Kaleidoscope,...
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