17 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Dove-winning Idol alum embraces pop on his third LP.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Dove-winning Idol alum embraces pop on his third LP.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
113 Ratings
113 Ratings
Kayyyy!(: ,

It's going to be amazing

Honestly, anyone who is dissing this and claiming that it's not the real Colton or that it's not his style is gravely mistaken. First of all, he's so fresh in the industry that he doesn't even have a signature sound yet. His two previous albums are both very different from each other, and he has put out an album that's all remixes, so clearly he does enjoy this style of music and it IS his style. He's still a new artist, and if you're truly his fan, you would accept that he has the right to explore different sounds. ALSO, he has stated that this is the most fun he has ever had while creating an album. This IS him. This is what he WANTS to do. I know the rest is going to be amazing. There is NOTHING like this album in the way it's broken into the mind, body, and spirit. It's incredibly unique.

Gretschman ,

Not the real Colton

Got to be honest, this is not the heart of Colton stylistically. This is also my biggest complaint with music today, mostly Christian, is so many bands and artist, have that rock pop sound, and after a couple to a few albums in, showing up to 2016 to 2017, they trade in the edgy quitars, and deep lyrics for electronic beats, and synth pads, with simple repetitive lyrics. This is not the Never Gone Colton Dixon. Love Colton, love his first two albums, but just like the afters, hawk Nelson, about a mile and so many others, it's got me thinking, with the style change , you just got to do what the labels want, to stay in the industry and make a living. So sad

Alliesicivic20 ,

This album is amazing ✨😇✨!

Yes this album is different by having more electro beats but not all music is good with only instruments. Everyone will have their own opinions but if Colton is singing for God then that's all that matters! It's good to switch things up and make new changes. To be able to dance freely to Christian music that's amazing!

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