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Third time is truly a Charm!
Shazzar Kallie | Long Beach, CA USA | 08/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Three blessed, young women in the Lord go by the name Trin-i-tee 5:7, and I must say they have only gotten better with time. "The Kiss" is an even blend of ballad and uptempo songs that is a joyful pleasure to listen from beginning to end time after time! Even though there's not the R. Kelly written/produced spiritual ballad as on the first two albums, they more than make up for it with influences from Musiq and Curtis Mayfield to bring the universal appeal that can reach the masses. The album actually starts out at where most albums end, and that's with 1. "Holla (Urban Remix)". I guess the girls wanted to get the album off on an uptempo start with the skills of J. Moss. It's a message of encouragement to endure during times of trials and tribulation. 2. "Lord", is definitely one of my favorites. How many of you listened to Musiq Soulchild's "Love" from his first album, and realized how spiritual it was. Now if somebody could even make it more spiritual by replacing the word "Love" with "Lord" and singing it unto Jesus! That's exactly what Trin-i-tee 5:7 did! Same music and melody, just ever more spiritual with the beautiful, soulful voices of the trio singing it. 3. "With A Kiss" gives the album its title. It's a song that is sung from Jesus' point of view unto Judas. It's a very beautiful song that speaks the truth while showing the ever forgiving heart and love of our Savior Jesus Christ. 4. "Dance Like Sunday" will get the feet moving, and lets you know you can dance everyday like you dance Sunday in church. 5. Interlude 6. "What He Wants" is truly a blessed song! It speaks on being careful about putting your mouth on a child of God. Gossip is rampant in the church, and it expresses the belief that you should strive to please God and not people, because you'll never be able to please everybody. Pay a hater back with love! It's a message of encouragement to be what God wants you to be! 7. "People Get Ready" is the Curtis Mayfield classic. The first part of the song is pretty much a tribute to the classic, but the last part has the unique Trin-i-tee uptempo vibe to it, it'll encourage you to get in line to catch the train and get on board! 8. Interlude 9. "Sixteen Again" is a song about God renewing your spirit and making you young again, but with wisdom that comes with age and experience. It's a song to keep doing what you're doing to please the Lord, and trust God for your divine mate instead of running after him/her. 10. "The One For Me" is a beautiful song that reminds me of something R. Kelly would have wrote for the trio. It's about making the Lord the One in your life that you love and give your everthing to. Unlike with man, you're guaranteed to get an unconditional love in return when you make the Lord the one you love the most. 11. "Rescue Me" speaks about the Lord who will rescue you in time of need and despair. The Lord is our best friend! 12. "Here 4 U" is a slow jam that lets you know that God is always there for U! 13. "I Wish" is truly beautiful where the voices mesh together. They sing about the remorse of having to let someone leave their life, because they don't believe in the Lord like they do. It's a song that stresses not to be unequally yoked. 14. "Greater Than You And Me" is the anthem of the album. It's a song filled with power that lets you know that there is One that is greater than you and me, and we can trust in Him that everything will work out for our good. 15. "All Of My Life" is a ballad that expresses the love we should have for the Lord all of our lives! 16. "Holla" has the flava of the first song, but doesn't have the rap by Ricky Styles (aka J. Moss). I was truly blessed by this album and the cd booklet folds out into a beautiful 14" x14" color poster of Adrian, Angel and Chanelle, who are also know as the angelic trio of gospel divas called Trin-i-tee 5:7! "The Kiss" is pure listening pleaure. God is Love!"
T. Winston | 04/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I don't own any other CDs from Trinitee, this is the only one. I really didn't expect it to be this good. It can easily pass as an R&B album. Some songs express their feelings towards guys such as "Sixteen Again", and "All of My Life" which is fine because it sends a message to wait on God to send that special someone. But overall these songs were really nice. They redid Musiq's "Love" and changed the words which was fine. I also liked the way they redid "People Get Ready" but I forgot who was the original artist. "Rescue Me" and "All of My Life" were beautiful. I loved the lyrics and it was very enjoyable. "Holla" and "Dance Like Sunday" are off the hook and are songs you can dance to. Other songs I liked were "Sixteen Again", "Here 4 U" and "Greater Than You and Me", very good songs. If you like contemporary gospel I recommend that you get this. It sounds just like R&B and it's worth listening to."
People Get Ready for Trin-i-tee 5:7
Arlena Flanders | Los Angeles | 02/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Trin-i-tee 5:7 has done a magnificant job with this album. The trio display their talents and the richness of their voices on this album. This album is gospel with a whole lot of flavor. There is something for everyone on this album, no matter how old you are. Trin-i-tee does Curtis proud by singing a rendition of "People Get Ready." This entire album just wants to make you Hop, Skip, and Jump...Holla!"