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The new album is a blend of pop with acoustic and electronic elements and is the first project in 5 years for Jaci a Dove Award winning artist with 16 No. 1 radio hits and 6 gold and platinum albums to her credit. The title reflects the album's overarching theme that shines through worshipful songs like God Who Moves The Mountains, Trust You, Rest and It's Never As Dark As It Seems To Be. It is a topic Jaci knows well as the mother of a young son facing the challenges of Autism. Produced by David Leonard (All Sons & Daughters) and Chris Bevins (Salvador, Phillips Craig & Dean), Trust includes new songs penned by Jaci and her husband Nic Gonzales (Salvador) along with some of her favorites from writers including David Leonard, Martin Smith and Dove Award winner Michael Farren. A Billboard Latin Music Award winner with five Spanish albums to her credit, Jaci will simultaneously release a Spanish language version of Trust with both albums available globally to over 160 nations. Included in this special edition 2 CD package are both the English and Spanish version of this recording! In addition to writing, recording and serving as an advocate for Autism awareness, Jaci is also a radio personality and hostess for music industry events including the SESAC Christian Music Awards and the Dove Awards. She is currently working on a book, a clothing line that raises support for Autism related causes, and she will be featured in 2 Christian films releasing in 2017. In all this, and with her performances in churches around the world, Jaci s passion is to serve God with the gifts He has given.
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My favorite songs in this album are: Trust You, It's Never As Dark As It Seems, and The Sound of Your Kingdom (which happen to be original, not covers or remakes). Half of the songs on this album are covers of worship songs, which seems to just be the fade in Christian music right now. Although there are many covers, she does a splendid job at making them "Jaci". This album is so well executed, it's been on repeat nonstop.
The album is geared as a "worship album", but that's just lyrically, it's still heavily and well produced pop music.
P.S., the Spanish version is even better! There is just something about Jaci when she sings en espanol, her vocals flourish even more! Anyhow, highly recommend this album!