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A Dream to Believe In, Vol. 2 echoes previous Mullen albums in its mix of family-centered themes and multi-ethnic sounds. Less autobiographical in content than 2007’s Sharecropper’s Seed, Vol. 1, this release finds Nicole considering the state of male/female relations and meditating upon the pressures of modern life. Old school R&B, hip-hop, and Latin elements are interwoven seamlessly here. Mullen’s honeyed tones and silken phrasing bring out the warmth in “Yo Mama” (an ode to maternal love), “Start Over Again” (a comment upon troubled marriages), and “Treat Her Like a Lady” (a call for respect and devotion). On the bolder side is “Brainwash,” a protest against media overload with an aggressive tobyMac-like feel. “Work with Me (Dance)” — a groove tune of almost inescapable catchiness — is aimed more at the feet than the spirit. God is not stinted on this album, though. “Forever You Reign” and “Blessed and Broken” are sweeping expressions of devotion. A voice for faith and unity, Mullens continues to fight the good fight in these tracks.

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Ho Hum...

Nicole C. Mullens' "Come to Jesus" was my introduction to Christian Music, and she's one of my favorite Christian artists. I miss the edgy urban feel of her earlier work. This album is too mainstream for me, it sounds like a lot of other artists who don't have a unique sound.


I just saw nicole at a women of faith conference and she was amazing!! she did a few songs off this album like Brainwash and Yo Mama...being a teen i LOVE IT!!! its totally different from her and it fits!

I agree

Although I LOVE Nicole Mullen, I sort of feel like she has abandoned her core to reach others. Whatever works, but I really don't like this one and hopefully it grows on me... I guess I just wish she & her people would have done a better job of combining her old style of song with this rock type music. I gave her an extra star because I love her


Born: January 3, 1964

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Nashville-based singer/songwriter, minister, and choreographer Nicole Mullen has worked as a vocalist with Michael W. Smith, as a songwriter for Jaci Velasquez, and as a dancer and choreographer with Amy Grant for her Heart in Motion tour. She released her first album, Wish Me Love, in 1992. One of the songs she co-wrote for Velasquez, "On My Knees," won the 1998 GMA Song of the Year award; her self-titled 2000 album featured more of her unique songwriting, which blended R&B, folk, gospel, and pop...
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