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Jeremy Camp has put together an impressive 17-year Christian music career with 40 No. 1 radio hits and numerous awards, but the singer-songwriter refuses to rest in his accomplishments. His 12th studio album, “The Story’s Not Over,” is a testament to that. Camp shakes it up a bit with vulnerable lyrics and more electronic and dance beats than previous albums. Camp said in a release that one key message is this: even though people have individual stories, God wants to use them every day for his kingdom. Song highlights include the popular single, “Dead Man Walking,” which points to the saving power of Jesus and “You Don’t,” which features the music of hip hop’s Social Club Misfits. Probably Camp’s most personal song is “Father,” where the lyrics say: “And I find myself right on the verge of a breakdown, Then you hold me in your hands, Reminds me who you are and who I am.” Camp finds himself in a new season of life, and listeners will appreciate the freshness in this project. (Sparrow)

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