10 Songs, 38 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
66 Ratings
66 Ratings
18373920374728 ,

“The Very Best”

This album is “the very best.”😉 but seriously, it’s 🔥🔥🔥

kevindavis_nrt ,

Francesca’s Very Best

If you like female singers that make you think while you enjoy their catchy and empowering songs, Own It is for you. I have three young daughters, and this is a solid upbeat pop album with positive biblical messages that is a great alternative to mainstream pop artists. This is easily my top pop album of the year, and Francesca’s “very best” overall album.

Artman706 ,

A fan trying...

Love Francesca's voice and lyrics...There's just so much style shift in this it's not cohesive. Blues. Pop. Electronic. Standard Worship. What is it? Oh well.

About Francesca Battistelli

Dove Award and Grammy Award winning Christian pop songstress Francesca Battistelli began her music career at a young age. When she was six years old, the New York City native attended a Broadway performance of The Secret Garden and walked away with her sights set on the stage. Both of Battistelli's parents were experienced theater performers, so her decision came as a surprise to no one. Acting classes and dance lessons helped her form a solid work ethic, and by the age of 15, Battistelli had earned a spot in the Orlando-based teen pop group Bella. After the group disbanded, she attended a youth ministry and began shifting her focus toward Christian pop music. The future Dove Award nominee began learning how to play guitar, too, which helped her write her own songs.

Battistelli released an independent album, Just a Breath, in 2004. An EP titled I'm Letting Go followed in early 2008, marking her first release for the contemporary Christian label Fervent Records. Later that year, the label also released her full-length debut, My Paper Heart, which cracked the Billboard Top 40 and produced several hits on Christian radio. Her next album, 2011's Hundred More Years, garnered even more success, debuting at number 16 on the Billboard charts. ~ Todd Sterling

New York, NY
May 18, 1985