The track listing on this Virginian R&B/dance man's debut album consists of convoluted single-word titles such as "searchfindu", "uwannaknowtheway" and "oceansofluv4me". According to his bio, Djeh has 20-plus years' experience in songwriting and music production, and he gave up a $2 million secular record deal to go into ministry. I really can't hear any of that in evidence here; in fact, from the sound of this, I'd say God rescued him from potential embarrassment. Occasionally he starts off a house groove that sounds promising, but then fails to build on it. The best track here is "OnlySon" - but that really isn't saying much. "joyreason" appears twice, with no explanation as to why. Djeh says all the right things (the track "inviteu2" is literally an altar call with a backing track). He just hasn't got strong enough tunes to say them with.
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