Fearless (Crystal Lewis album)

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Fearless
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Studio album by Crystal Lewis
Released May 2000
Genre CCM, gospel
Length 58:08
Label Metro 1 Music, GospoCentric, Interscope, Word
Producer Brian Ray, Kirk Franklin, Rhett Lawrence
Crystal Lewis chronology
Gold
(1998)Gold1998
Fearless
(2000)
Holy, Holy, Holy
(2002)Holy, Holy, Holy2002
Singles from Fearless
  1. "Only Fools"
    Released: 2000
  2. "Satisfied"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Trust Me"
    Released: 2000

Fearless is the 9th studio solo album by Contemporary Christian singer Crystal Lewis.

The album was nominated for a Grammy in 2001. Lewis was previously nominated for her contribution to the Kirk Franklin song "Lean On Me" in 1998.[1][2] Fearless takes a decidedly more mainstream approach to the artists sound, incorporating elements of both electronica and R&B in many of the songs. The album includes the Kirk Franklin-penned "I Still Believe" which previously made its first appearance on a Touched by an Angel Christmas soundtrack album. Most of Fearless features drumwork by Vinnie Colaiuta. The ballad "Trust Me" features background vocals from R&B singer Rahsaan Patterson.[3] Christian rappers T-Bone and J-Raw (of Priesthood) appear on the song "What a Fool I've Been". The song "Only Fools" is a newer version from the original one from the album Remember.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Reach Out" Crystal Lewis, Brian Ray 4:08
2. "Satisfied" Crystal Lewis, Jyro Xhan 4:55
3. "Trust Me" Crystal Lewis 5:01
4. "Only Fools" Brian Ray 4:25
5. "I Still Believe" Kirk Franklin 3:58
6. "One Man." Brian Ray 4:45
7. "Fearless" Crystal Lewis, Brian Ray 6:05
8. "Kiss and Tell" Crystal Lewis, Chris Lizotte, Jana Mashonee, Kevin Jarvis, Shawn Tubbs 4:30
9. "What a Fool I’ve Been" Brian Ray, T-Bone, J-Raw 5:04
10. "I Will Go" Crystal Lewis, Brian Ray 5:48
11. "Change My Heart" Crystal Lewis 4:41
12. "My Friend" Crystal Lewis 4:48

References[edit]

  1. ^ Borden, Timothy. "Crystal Lewis Biography". Retrieved 2008-08-30. 
  2. ^ "Crystal Lewis awards". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-08-30. 
  3. ^ Fearless at AllMusic