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It’s one thing to be blessed with the voice of an angel. It’s another to unwaveringly direct that natural talent to inspire and uplift. Kierra Sheard is one of those gifted few.

“I just love singing,” says Sheard, a next generation member of gospel’s royal family The Clark Sisters. “Having such a gift that lets me express myself and inspire others is ... Read more in Amazon's Kierra "KiKi" Sheard Store

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  • Audio CD (September 7, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: EMI Gospel
  • ASIN: B0002JP3WE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,332 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Kierra Sheard, affectionately called KiKi' is the formidable 3rd generation of The Clark Family legacy. Her grandmother, the late Mattie Moss Clark was a trailblazer in recorded gospel music, especially in the development of the contemporary mass choir style heard in most African-American churches today. Kierra has toured with her mother, Karen Clark Sheard of the famed Clark sisters since the age of nine. 'I Owe You' is an ambitious, inspired offering sure to please loyal, new fans of the Clark musical heritage.

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We gotta go thru!
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May God continue to bless our artists in their sincere endeavors to reach out and bring others into the knowledge of God through the Ministry of Music!
S. F. Gallo
This album is a much needed breakaway from the secular mess that can snare you into cussing and backsliding, for real.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrae Williams on October 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
To quote Tonex from one of his tracks, "J.Moss is a bad mamma jamma". His production skills I think are better than anyone in the R'B industry right now. This album is another PAJAM masterpiece and joins the long list of PAJAM produced LP's that are among some of my favorite gospel music. However, I wouldn't go as far as saying that this album and Kierra herself can match the stuff put out by Karen like another wayward reviewer suggested. That's just plain insanity on their part. That being said, this album is everything I had expected. Funky beats, catchy hooks, packaged with the typical Clark-growl or whatever they call it. Great listen, and I only expect her to get better, seeing that she is only 17 years old. My highlights include "The War", "You Don't Know", "Closer", "So Long", "Praise Offering", and my favourite "SNAP", the bonus track which is produced by T.Bizzy/Tonex, one of only two producers who can top J. Moss at this point, the other being the mastermind called Tommy Sims.

Lastly, I have a problem with a comment made by Nyerere Davidson. Stop talking about Kierra's voice not being "that special", and "I can sing better than that". That is uncalled for in the Body Of Christ because it is not a competition out here. You want competition go out in the secular world with your voice. When you make comments like that it only shows your age (18). If you can sing so good, get a record deal. Until then, just congratulate someone on a great effort and keep immature comments to yourself. Thank you and God Bless.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Hallman on September 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
IF YOU DON'T KNOW, YOU BETTER ASK SOMEBODY!

KIKI HAS THE HOTTEST ALBUM OF THE SUMMER. IT'S THE MOST ANTICIPATED CD, WELL AT LEAST TO ME. "I OWE" IS A MUST HAVE. EVERY SONG IS ANNOITED AND AWESOME. KCS & JDS HAS TRAINED HER WELL. THERE'S NO CD LIKE IT. I'M READY FOR A LIVE ALBUM ALREADY! MAKE THIS A DEFINITE IN YOUR CD COLLECTION. KIKI AND J. DREW ARE DOING BIG THANGS IN THE MILLENI ERA OF GOSPEL MUSIC. KEEP IT UP.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By lany on November 17, 2004
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OK, when people talk about how ridiculous someone's voice is it sounds hyped or trite because people say that a lot, but I really don't believe that applies here. For a 16-year-old or not! Kierra has a ridiculously bad anointed voice regardless of what age you're talking about. Especially on the song (I think it's "I owe you"), her voice literally gave me chills! "And thanks to you, for saving me one day..." Oh my goodness I felt her so much at that point! I agree with the reviewer(s) that loved "Sweetest Thing" and "War", I really liked those and is it true that her younger brother produced them for her??? That is a real gift. She is really going to bless the world with her gift and I think a lot of young people will become more open to gospel music after listening to this one!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Stewart on November 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
One word describes this CD - Awesome!!! Kiki Sheard did her thing with this. I have been following this girl since her pre-teens, when she would "feature" in a song or two with her mother, Karen (my absolute favorite female gospel singer) and I knew the first time I heard her she would be as anointed as her mother! I have been long anticipating something from this young lady aside from her mother and couldn't wait for Karen to let her off into her own. I am a middle aged married woman with kids ranging in age 12-17 and my whole family absolutely love this CD. If you don't know who she is, listen to her heritage - starting with grandmother, Mattie Moss Clark, Mother, Karen Clark-Sheard, Aunts Dorinda Clark-Cole and Twinkie Clark - (The Clark Sisters) and you will know that Mary, Mary is right when they say she IS the future of gospel. All others who don't agree, don't know when someone is truly anointed by God and a "true" talent (I have heard Kiki sing live and she is AWESOME!! - like the young people say, she is ridiculous!) unlike some of these lip-sync, voice enhanced singers in the secular world (perhaps this is what you are comparing God's anointed to?) She's going to be up there with Yolanda, CeCe, Karen, Vickie, Mary Mary - all those anointed women of God. I encourage young and old to listen to this young lady, watch the anointing of God raise her.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Reviews@BlackGospel.com on November 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Take note, Gospel fans. For as of September 7th, 2004 Kierra Kiki Sheard is no longer the teenage prodigy paying dues as a background singer to mom and Auntie Doe Doe. Rather, the youngest member of Gospel's unofficial royal family is now prepped and ready for centerstage as a formidable recording soloist for EMI Gospel.

This fact is made abundantly clear on her signature disk - I Owe You - a riveting display of vocal mastery challenged only by the production excellence unfurled by heavyweights such as Warryn Campbell (Mary Mary), Paul Allen and J Moss (Karen Clark Sheard, Dorinda Clark-Cole) Rodney Jerkins (Mary J Blige, Whitney Houston) and her brother, J. Drew. It's an impressive feat, considering that Kierra is barely 20, yet her vocal chops are quickly drawing comparisons to an exclusive class of contemporaries that include Kim Burrell, Kelly Price and the mama, too - Karen Clark Sheard.

On her world premiere release - I Owe You - Kierra Kiki Sheard strikes a delightful chord through eleven perfect tracks that are so well-crafted in arrangement, so skillfully produced in contemporary grooves, the album is well-deserving of attention and billing among chart-toppers today, regardless of genre. Let's take a closer look for evidence.

The album gets off to a fun-enough start with You Don't Know, a testimony by K.K. Sheard on the goodness of God. This laidback groove by Rodney Jerkins leaves an open-door policy for Kiki to send her message with an adlib quality only Kierra could deliver. Let Go, the dance-inducing delight is sheer hype gone mad...beats by "Baby Dub" are sure to bounce you right through the Pearly Gates in no time at all.
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