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At age 16, Katelynne Cox can look back on her selection as 2009’s National Miss American Junior Teen with satisfaction. But judging by her confident performance on her debut album One Girl, she’s not dwelling on the past. Her first long-player suggests Krystal Meyers and Britt Nicole in its blend of feisty pop sounds and positive lyrics. With the help of an A-list team of songwriters (including Chris Sligh, Joy Williams and producer Aaron Rice), she delivers a message of self-respect and empowerment. Young love in all its thrills and complications is a reoccurring theme here, whether delivered with hope (“What Do I Know,” “Ordinary Day”) or some Avril Lavigne-esque sass (“Best Friends,” “Sticking With You”). Cox shines on “As We Go,” a ballad about the line between liking and loving. Rippling techno-pop grooves give “You Satisfy” and “You and Me” a propulsive flow, while the title tune lets Katelynne release her inner hip-hop diva. “Me” makes Cox’s reliance upon God’s guidance explicit.

Customer Reviews

This is not rock

I agree with HeritageVueFarms, this is not rock it shouldn't even be in this category and it is pop. Please don't think this is rock music, I'm pretty sure it is just a mistake made by iTunes.

Please fix it iTunes.

It's ok

The first song is cheesy beyond words.

The whole album reminds of music that I used to listen in years of 2000 and 2001. very outdated. very 90's pop-ish.

No doubt this girl is beautiful and has a great voice but she needs to find producers who know how to make phenomenal music.

Being average will not get you far in the music industry. You need to stand out.

In addition, I'm not sure why this album falls in to the category of rock.

I like this CD...

Heard her on the radio, bought the CD. This is a good CD if you like Christian pop.

One Girl (Exclusive Bonus Track), Katelynne Cox
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