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No Other Way for Chayah - Flyah Review

Inspired by great artists such as Celine Dion Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston; singer-songwriter, Chayah Miranda, is paving the way for the new generation of music. Chayah brings exceptional range and pitch; with talent that will blow the competition out of the water. When first hearing the opening track, "Higher" on her debut Christian Pop album, No Other Way. I was instantly amazed at how she motivates with melodies and verbal spontaneous emotion. The song is all about lifting someone out of any situation that may be in and help them see a route of positive signs. Chayah touches the ears with her sweet and enjoyable voice complimented with lyrics that really comes from the soul. 

In the CD entitled song, "No Other Way", a message given by Chayah expresses staying dedicated to God's word and vocalizes his power to wipe tears from the faces of children by also wishing for strength within them. I believe her voice on this record was heartwarming and something much needed in a time, when the world is bombarded by negativity and a positive change is called upon. The title itself was an excellent choice to use as both a song and the CD's name; a great way of marketing of a product that can be used to uplift others with songs that make anyone feel good.

The record I felt that made an impact to me was "Let Go"; Chayah sings about letting God take control in your life and he will give direction in where you need to go. I heard similar songs of these in church services and they all along with Chayah's take on the phrase ''let go and let god bring importance''. When we tried to take things in our own hands sometimes that can be a bad thing; this is why the message is well put in letting God handle the tough things to strengthen us in our worst of times. 

If i had to rate this CD with fantastic songs, i give four stars out of five... Chayah's future is looking bright.

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