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Lay It Down by Jme Medina

Cross Rhythms Rating: 9/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Album, Independent, Recommended, Top Rated
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Cuting edge girl pop from a Las Vegas singer produced by Kene "Ghost" Bell and John Katina.

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  1. 1. Lay It Down (Pop)
  2. 2. When I Look
  3. 3. All About You
  4. 4. Give A Little (Featuring The Oracle)
  5. 5. Gotta Be Me (featuring Tyler Merritt)
  6. 6. Break Of Day
  7. 7. When It Rains
  8. 8. Movin' On
  9. 9. Now That I Found You
  10. 10. Interview With Jme
  11. 11. Se Trata De Ti
  12. 12. Voy Avanzar
  13. 13. Ya Que Encontre
  14. 14. Lay It Down (Hip Hop)
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Reviewed by Gareth Paul Taylor

Britney/Christina fans will love this Las Vegas lady's debut offering featuring nine original tracks, three Spanish versions and a remix. Produced/co-written by among others Kene "Ghost" Bell (Out Of Eden, Stacie Orrico) and John Katina (The Katinas), this pop/R&B album never would sound like a debut; but Jme's stunning voice already commands its place fronting these excellent arrangements - and this is "just the beginning"! Immediate, in-yer-face programmed pop is soup-of-the-day but we are also served up soulful ballads featuring lovely guitar work from Bell (on "Break Of Day", reminiscent of Roachford), Brett Hansen and David May. So what's in a name? Even cursory listening reveals a capital "J" with "me" in small letters at this lady's heart- no Aguilera/Spears egocentricity for this girl! "Lay It Down" is her bookend exhortation opening/closing the CD. Jme sings "All About You", first in English then Spanish! She even clarifies all this in a delightful if giggly 'interview' (actually a short monologue revealing her heart and vision.):- "My songs...speak about laying down your life for God so he can use you the way that he intended to, and that sacrifice is so little in comparison to what you get in return...remember that it's not always about you- it's about him, and it's all going to be worth it in the end." Sing out, sister!

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 13769
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Independent
Items: 1
Release Date: 2004

Cuting edge girl pop from a Las Vegas singer produced by Kene "Ghost" Bell and John Katina.

Posted by Josh Baines in Sydney at 06:13 on Nov 12 2005

Her music's tight! Not the same sound as everyone else our right now ya know?--NO offense to any other artists.

Posted by Shanna in Las Vegas, NV at 01:51 on Dec 2 2005

I couldn't agree with you more Gareth! I've actually known Jme for years, and she is truly the person she appears to be. Her heart is bigger than anyone I've ever known, and her talent is amazing. I couldn't believe this was her first album when I heard it. She deserves to be put out there in front of the world! Your support is surely helping reach a whole new audience!
God bless your ministry Jme, and God bless Rhythm Radio!

Posted by Josh Vega in Pizza Land, CA at 09:19 on Dec 8 2005

Jmeee!! U rock!! I love talking to u on myspace, I can't wait to get ur album! Keep up the good work.

God Bless


Posted by Tammy in Lexington, SC at 14:53 on Dec 8 2005

Jme's music is awesome and God has granted her with a beautiful voice to spread his word.
She is a truly amazing, dedicated artist who I know in my heart and soul will go all the way to the top of the Christian music industry.

Posted by Karlana in Las Vegas, NV at 18:42 on Jan 8 2006

Jme and I have been friends since high school, and that girl has always been able to belt out a song or two, and still have enough energy to bounce around school in her various clubs and activities!!
Jme has always had a presence with God that is all around inspiring as well. Whenever I had a problem, she'd ask "Have you talked to God about this lately?' or "Have you prayed about this?" She was always so subtle about it, never coming off as if she was forcing it.
Just like this CD, which I have gotten and totally love it! She has found a way to subtly enter that message....

Posted by bigkosh in US currently but live in the U at 20:17 on Aug 10 2007

I saw Jme for the first time in that new arena for R&B urban in the United Kingdom...she was really good. I'm going to get her album. You guys should vote for her.

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