Review: CoCo Brother Live Presents Stand 2010

stand2010When I first heard that Corey “CoCo Brother” Condrey was doing an album, my first thought was “I didn’t know he could sing.” Lately, we’ve seen many recording artists like Yolanda Adams and Donnie McClurkin turn into¬† radio personalities. I thought this would be our opportunity to see a radio personality try his hand at being a recording artist.

Stand 2010 is part of The Stand Campaign that CoCo Brother launched in 2007. The purpose of The Stand Campaign is to promote Jesus Christ through love and evangelism.

When you listen to Stand 2010, you quickly realize that CoCo Brother does not sing on the project. Instead, he gathered artists like Joann Rosario Condrey, Isreal Houghton, Tye Tribbett, Kevin LeVar, and James Fortune to participate on the project.

This album features a number of quality worship songs. I listened to Prophetic Worship and Joann Rosario Condrey sounds different. Not in a bad way, but in a good way. I could be crazy but there is a certain authority in her voice that I never noticed before.

Kevin LeVar gives good performances with Moving Forward and Such An Awesome God Let’s Come Together. Tye Tribbett and Joann Rosario Condrey make a very nice pairing in the song Moving Forward.

If you’re the type of person that needs to hear lively and energetic songs you’ll need to wait towards the end of the album to hear them. However, when you do hear them, you won’t be disappointed. Stand And Take The City and My Name Is Resurrection are really good songs. They feature tons of energy and catchy hooks.

A little bit of spoken word is also sprinkled in this album. Paula White, Smokie Norful, Darwin Hobbs and Bebe Winans all offer special moments of inspiration throughout the album.

Overall, Stand 2010 is a unique album. I highly enjoyed it. The worshiped touched my heart and the spoken word inspired me. You can get your copy of Stand 2010 on Amazon.com or iTunes.

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