21:03 - Evolved: From Boys To Men

Published Wednesday 30th November 2011
21:03 - Evolved: From Boys To Men
21:03 - Evolved: From Boys To Men

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 117731-18513
LABEL: Verity 886976272425
RELEASE DATE: 2011-09-12
RRP: £9.99

Reviewed by Donna Marshall

After extremely strong albums in 2006 and 2008, the trio from Chicago return with another skilfully crafted set of R&B gospel tracks. The beautiful ballad "Still Here" is a breathtaking track and the vocal arrangement demonstrates the powerful and angelic voices of these young men. Evin, Torrence and Jor'el display how they have matured significantly since their last project. "Still Here" is another standout track with lyrics that speak of our ability to survive because of Christ's blood. "Loving You" is a love song especially written for weddings. The energetic style of "Winner" is a foot taping success and with its R&B groove and positive message it's destined to be a favourite with the youth or those who are young at heart. 21:03 are clearly keeping up their high standards.

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Product Description
21:03 is made up of Evin Martin, Torrence Green and Jor-El Quinn. 'Evolved... From Boys To Men' marks the third release for this group that hails from Detroit, Michigan.
As with their previous projects, 'Evolved... From Boys' To Men was produced by PAJAM,the production team made up of Paul “PDA” Allen, Walter Kearney and premiere Gospel vocalist J Moss.
The entire album is a testament to the evolution and maturation of the group, with soaring harmonies on songs like Still Here and anthemic songs like Winner.

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