From her early days lending her stellar soprano voice to Kirk Franklin's Family on songs like, "Now Behold The Lamb", to seeing her branch out as a principal character in Tyler Perry's play and movie franchise, NAACP Image Award Winner Tamela Mann (whom most know as the character "Cora") has proven she's a multi-talented woman of God with a word of encouragement to share.
Mann returns with her fourth album on her own imprint, TillyMann Music, entitled Best Days. Myron Butler produces.
Mann shows her versatility on songs such as "I'll Hold On", an anthem of encouragement.
Rick Robinson adds his upbeat and power packed praise and worship touch, penning "Guest of Honor", which leads into the most talked about song on the project "Take Me To The King". Written by Kirk Franklin, it has already impacted radio in a major way. Mann's vocal performance reaches to the core of the believer, as she expresses the need for God's healing power and touch. The song is just so rich. Could it be a gift from Franklin to Mann as a thank you for the countless years of her service to his ministry?
"All To Thee" is an experience of pure worship as Mann effortlessy delivers the song with every lyric flowing clear and beautifully. Parris Bowens plays the keys with Troy Chambers on organ, with a beautiful string arrangement from Lloyd Barry.
Mann shows that she can flow on a different vibe on the Terrell Carter penned "Back In The Day Praise". Butler brings in Deonis Cook, Terrell Carter, Darian Yancey, Faith Anderson and Chelsea West to add their signature background vocal flare. The song speaks to the believer who remembers the genuine praise and worship experienced when attending conferences and musicals.
Mann's arrangement and songwriting skills are on display on the power packed "Rain" and "Hymns: The Blood Medley".
Tamela Mann has an on time word for the believer that their best days are still ahead of them. Throughout her career she's remained true to herself and her assignment. Get ready to experience your Best Days.
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— review by Martin Williams —
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