12 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2015, videos of Briana Babineaux absolutely bodying cover songs quickly went viral, and for good reason. It was like an invisible force was flowing through her, unleashing the most amazing voice. Rather than joining a crowded R&B field, she devoted herself to worship songs. That commitment to her true passion spills over on Keys to My Heart. Her powerful vocal unfurls like a banner on “Heaven Must Be Something Like This” and “Lord of All.” Her outward joy can be felt on “I’ll Be the One” and “Jacob’s Song.” Stacked with showstoppers that draw from gospel, pop, and R&B, Keys to My Heart is a worship album with multi-generational appeal.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2015, videos of Briana Babineaux absolutely bodying cover songs quickly went viral, and for good reason. It was like an invisible force was flowing through her, unleashing the most amazing voice. Rather than joining a crowded R&B field, she devoted herself to worship songs. That commitment to her true passion spills over on Keys to My Heart. Her powerful vocal unfurls like a banner on “Heaven Must Be Something Like This” and “Lord of All.” Her outward joy can be felt on “I’ll Be the One” and “Jacob’s Song.” Stacked with showstoppers that draw from gospel, pop, and R&B, Keys to My Heart is a worship album with multi-generational appeal.

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