The melodic voice of Jamaican singer Sanchez is engaging; if promoted properly he has the skills to appeal to a wide array of music lovers. The multi-talented artist co-wrote every tune, and there are no clunkers. The title is misleading, since this is not a straight reggae gospel album; songs including "Rub You Down," "Bumptious Girl," "Kiss Me Honey," and "Can't Remember the Last Time" aren't about praising Jah, but rather about loving and lusting after women. In some cases it's difficult to distinguish the secular from the gospel, but "Never Dis Di Man" and "Praise Him" offer lavish, heartfelt praise for one's supreme being.
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AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton