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Angel Faith CD Review

Angel Faith has released her debut album, Believe in Angels... Believe in Me.
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Angel Faith has released her debut album, Believe In Angels... Believe In Me. Find out what Kidzworld thinks of this new pop singer's music.

Angel's High Points

Although Believe In Angels... Believe In Me is Angel Faith's debut album, she has already worked with big Hollywood producers! Grammy-nominated producer The Matrix, who has worked with Britney Spears and Hilary Duff, as well as platinum-selling songwriter/producer Johnny Jam, who has worked with Mandy Moore, have lent their efforts to a few of Angel's songs. Most of the tracks are dance-worthy tunes, like Believe In Angels and Just The Way I Am. However, the last few tracks on the album slow down considerably. Angel sings about romantic love in the heart-felt ballad, Love Is, and croons to a sweet melody in To Forgive You.

Angel's Low Points

Angel Faith is no stranger to the music scene. She was formerly the lead singer of the all-girl group, No Secrets. Now that she has debuted as a solo artist, it's evident that she has a good singing range. However, this teen still needs a few more years to develop her own music style, as many of her songs sound the same. Tracks like Lessons In Love and You Release Me sound oddly similar at certain points throughout the songs.

Final Verdict

If pop music is your thing, then pick up a copy of Angel Faith's debut CD. Her catchy songs will get you groovin' while you're chilling with your gal pals on a Saturday night.

Believe In Angels... Believe In Me Rating

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