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Jeremy Camp's "Reckless": Music Review



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With more than 1.2 million Facebook friends, 32 No. 1 songs and 4 Gold albums, Jeremy Camp is one of Contemporary Christian music's most popular male vocalists. His fans will be delighted with the Grammy-nominated artist's new project, Reckless.

The 11-track album from BEC Recordings continues the worship focus Camp honed in his last record, We Cry Out: The Worship Project (2010). Its title track encourages listeners to be unafraid of surrendering to God, calling us to live reckless "because He's endless". The album follows that theme, declaring God's greatness, His relevance and radical love. Reckless leads us in a worshipful response to God 'till the world comes alive'.

The album isn't mind-blowingly inventive, musically speaking. But, Reckless has some instrumental surprises along the way. Listen intently to the lyrics, and you'll get lost in the songs' awakening power.

Album Highlights: "Reckless", "Paradise" and "Reign in Me"

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