All posts tagged: Rachael Messini Singer

Exclusive ~ Interview ~ Music Artist, Rachael Messini

It’s been wonderful interviewing Rachael. I find her truly honest and humble, and I, in turn, am inspired and humbled by what I’ve come to learn from and about her. When I first listened to her album, I said within myself, “Goodness! Such honesty!” I couldn’t help but seek out the person behind such beautiful music/lyrics, and she graciously spared us her time. Folks, I hope you’re inspired by her as I am.  You can read my review of her album, and more importantly, I hope you get to listen to it as well. it’s available on itunes. Join us below!   Me: Hello Rachael! Delighted to have you visit To Be A Person Please tell us a bit about yourself. Coffee or tea? Rachael: Both. Coffee in the morning & tea in the afternoon!   Me: Sweet! To be honest, I’ve never in an interview had anyone say that before! Rachael, your album is full of heart and faith. Please tell us, when did you first find God for yourself? Rachael: I was raised …

Discover! ~ Album Review ~ Honestly by Rachael Messini

Album Photo Genre Native/Urban R&B My Rating ***** (4.5 Stars) My Review This is an album full of heart, poetry, and personal confessions. Some songs tell personal stories, wonderings/ponderings. Others are confessions of faith, so that the overall theme is a tale of a personal/spiritual journey of a woman who’s opened her heart to the world. It’s like a woman who has found her place, and is ready to tell the world her story. It is both personal, refreshing, and entertaining. This album also talks about family, a message on the right use of our tongues, Christians getting cold, achieving dreams, addressing immorality, and a song dedicated to gratefulness for God’s grace. The songs are generally native/urban R&B, on the soft side. I, personally, am a fan of rock, and there was this moment when I heard an electric guitar play as a backdrop to the song “Dreams”, giving it a nice and unique flavor. I thought that was lovely! Of all the songs/lyrics, this line stood out to me the most, and I’m taking …