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Editors’ Notes

On his sophomore solo album, Isaac Carree enlists an impressive roster of guest stars to expand the horizons of his sound. Reset is an ambitious project that finds the gospel veteran leaning in a modern R&B/pop direction without sacrificing his sanctified content. Carree’s emotive tenor is in fine shape as he avoids grandstanding in favor of a smoothly persuasive style. Case in point: “Clean This House,” a prayerful confessional ballad cowritten with R. Kelly (who adds his trademark vocals to a remixed version of the track included here). Songs like “Lifestyle” (a mellow acoustic number about living your faith 24/7) and “Knock Knock” (a reggae-slanted celebration of God’s transforming power featuring rapper Twyse) are unified by Carree’s warm and inviting delivery. The natural single pick is “Famous,” standing out for its ’70s-style soul groove and praise-filled lyrics. “But God” finds James Fortune contributing exuberant vocals, while “So Glad” gives such luminaries as Kirk Franklin, Lecrae, and Kierra Shead turns at the mic. The themes of personal change and healing are constant throughout Reset.

Customer Reviews

Lacks real feeling

Isaac is and always has been an outstanding singer. I've been a fan since John P. Kee days. I feel, however, that he relies on his natural talent too much. There comes a time when a voice needs to do more than sound good. It needs to leave an experience…not just the tickle of its vibrato or vocal runs. The songs need to live by themselves regardless of who sings them. These songs were crafted around his voice…so they lack writing depth and maturity. I'd love to hear Isaac actually be "challenged" by a song. There's no challenge for him on this record. It's hard to "believe" what's being sung. It's for that reason I rate it a 2.

Isaac please sing something you care about…maybe I'd believe it.

Clean this House

Isaac Carree is a great singer but the one titled Clean this House sounds like R. Kelly's keep it in the closet. Don't understand why you would use worldly beats especially from a secular artist to sing in a Gospel song. I seriously can't even get into the lyrics because of the beat. I am a Christian and have been for awhile but I remember when I was out there in the world and remember the beats to R. Kelly's keep it in the closet. How can we move forward and get delivered from certain things, i.e music if Gospel artists are dipping into the worldly music?


Okay Joe did it for me *lays on floor and doesn't get up* ...Oh 5,12,13 HITS!! Great album


Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Gospel singer Isaac Carree was born April 29, 1973 and grew up in North Carolina, where he began singing solos in church (his mother was a pastor at New Beginnings Community Outreach Church in Greensboro, North Carolina). Possessing a fine tenor voice, Carree later sang in John P. Kee's V.I.P. Choir before leaving to form the gospel quartet Men of Standard with Michael Bacon, Bryan Pierce, and Lowell Pye (the group later became a trio with the departure of Bacon). The group signed to the Malaco Records...
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