Britt Nicole’s debut album, Say It, released in May 2007, was a breath of fresh air for any pop music lover. Christian pop has never really been able to compete with current mainstream artists. However, Britt and her producers did an amazing job putting together music that is both fresh and current. The Christian lyrics are indeed a plus, dealing with topics like being “on fire” for Jesus (“Set The World on Fire”), having a positive outlook on life (“Holiday,” “Good Day”), and even dealing with divorce and self-worth (“Don’t Worry Now,” “When She Cries”). This album stays relevant, especially to teenagers, and there is truly not a bad song on the entire disc. Here’s hoping her sophomore effort, The Lost Get Found, can measure up to its incredible predecessor. – Matthew Watson
Say It (2007)
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Our synopsis: “Fun pop perfection, able to stand up to any mainstream counterpart, without forsaking Christian messages.” (Recommended by JFH’s Matthew Watson)
Perfect For: Relationships; Faith; Pick-me-ups; Summer!
Song Highlights: “Holiday,” “Set the World on Fire,” “Good Day,” “Ready,” “When She Cries,” “Say It”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Say It? Do you recommend it? If so, why?