Top 5: Stacie Orrico - EP

Top 5: Stacie Orrico - EP

Stacie Orrico

Stacie Orrico has re-emerged. On the second disc that adopts her moniker, Orrico brings an edgier, R&B-soaked groove to the table that's undeniably grown-up. Following a gold debut that boasted accolades, the new disc is richer in texture. With production help from veterans like Dallas Austin (Pink, TLC), and Virgin CEO Matt Serletic (Santana, matchbox twenty) no wonder the release permeates crossover appeal. Tunes like the dancefloor-envious "Stuck" and the moving "I Could Be the One" are evidence of the rise Orrico has taken since the debut. Vocally, the opus stretches her talents by delving into several tempo and mood changes, which the 17 year old embraces like a seasoned veteran. While not abandoning her Christian roots, cuts like "There's Gotta Be More to Life" are evidence of lyrical strength in the midst of diva attitude. Listening to the slower cuts offered up here is sweet reward. Tunes like "I Promise" and "Strong Enough" are different styles that both have Orrico singing with a mixture of Beyoncé and Celine Dion in her. The astounding thing about this disc is that the grooves drip of dancefloor sweat, maturity, and soulfulness while maintaining the integrity and purity of America's newest diva/role model, Stacie Orrico. [The Japanese version includes three bonus tracks.]

Album Tracks

Song Title Length
Everything (Genuine Version) 0:00
Don't Look At Me (Genuine Version) 0:00
Dear Friend (Genuine Version) 0:00
Genuine 0:00
Without Love 0:00

Stacie Orrico Albums

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