One-time Sunday Best runner-up Jessica Reedy is getting ready to grace us with her a new album this fall. She's already given us a foretaste of what's to come with "Better," and she continues to do so with not one, but two new singles, "Grace" and "Hold On."
"Grace" features a more contemporary gospel sound as Jessica sings about receiving God's grace even when we're undeserving of it. "You keep on lovin' me/Although I fail you all the time/You won't stop lovin' me/See you're love, it makes me do right," she sings on the sweet chorus. Musically, she's back by layered vocals, organ and even some horns as she brings praises to the most high.
"Hold On" is a bit more traditional in scope, with Jessica singing over a backdrop of guitar, claps and tambourine. However, the special part here is that Jessica's mother, Mary Reedy, joins the singer on the song for a special mother-daughter gospel duet. Jessica and her mother sound great together, with her mother's seasoned vibrato pairing nicely with Jessica's.
Unfortunately, both songs are only available as snippets at the moment, but you can request to hear both "Grace" and "Hold On" on your local gospel radio stations. Also be on the lookout for Jessica's new album, Transparent, which is set for release this fall.