The highly-anticipated new sophomore solo album RESET, from Stellar Award-winning gospel star, songwriter, producer and actor Isaac Carree is available now, today June 25th, in stores and online everywhere. Featuring Carree’s powerhouse vocals, with brilliant lyrics and catchy melodies that leave a strong impression on mind and spirit, RESET marks another captivating creation from one of gospel’s most innovative talents.
His Top 10 hit single, the R&B-tinged “Clean This House,” continues to rise, skyrocketing to #2 on the latest Gospel radio charts out this week.
Garnering early acclaim among Carree’s fellow artists, fans, and critics, on tracks such as lead single “Clean This House” – which also features a fresh new remix with Carree and R. Kelly, “So Glad” featuring Kirk Franklin, Kierra Sheard, and Lecrae, and more – the must-have album includes 15 dynamic tracks of spiritual reflection, restoration, and empowerment, with additional appearances from James Fortune, Le’Andria Johnson, and R&B vocalist Joe.
Building on his award-winning #1 debut solo album Uncommon Me, Carree has enlisted stellar production on RESET from Gerald Haddon, Eric Dawkins, Ronnie “Lil’ Ronnie” Jackson, Deon Kipping and Carlton Whitfield. With standout tracks that include “Clean This House,” “So Glad,” “But God” featuring James Fortune, “Blessin’ in Your Lesson” with Le’Andria Johnson, “Paradise,” “Knock Knock,” and one-of-a-kind musical interludes on the “Reset” songs, RESET also includes exclusive releases on iTunes with the bonus track “I Got You,” and two tracks exclusive to Walmart: “Let God Be God” featuring Teddy Campbell and Zacardi Cortez, and “David’s Dance” featuring Canton Jones.
Carree continues a busy 2013 ahead, crossing the country with special appearances and performances for RESET including ASCAP’s Rhythm & Soul Music Awards in Los Angeles, CA (June 27), the McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour in Louisville, KY (July 3), the Essence Festival’s Get Lifted All Star Gospel Tribute honoring Donnie McClurkin and Tramaine Hawkins in New Orleans (July 7) and Joyfest dates in Atlanta, GA (July 13) and Richmond, VA (July 20). He will also unveil a photo diary on www.Ditlo.com, starting July 1st. In the fall, Carree will star as one of the male leads in the “Wives of Basketball” stage play directed by JD Lawrence and co-starring Shaunie O’Neal.
To connect with Isaac Carree and the latest updates, please visit:
Official website: www.officialisaaccarree.com