Hurricane by Natalie Grant

Natalie Grant’s eighth album, Hurricane, is an honest and hopeful record. Based on three years of personal and family struggles, Grant’s effort provides solace for the heart and the ear.

The title cut quickly captured listeners as it skyrocketed up the charts, encouraging listeners to cry out to God, knowing that he will be with them in their storm. Another outstanding selection, “In the End,” is a banjo-driven celebration of Christ’s final victory.

Overall, Grant offers a powerful voice with a good mix of pop and ballads. Grant has won the Dove Award for Female Artist of the Year five times; this record is strong testimony to the reasons for her musical success. (Curb Records)

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Paul Delger is a freelance writer.

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