William Becton's second album, Heart of a Love Song, confirms that the singer/songwriter/producer is one of the more gifted urban gospel artists of the '90s. Like Kirk Franklin, he seamlessly blends urban soul, hip-hop and traditional Southern gospel, creating a kinetic, dynamic set of utterly modern gospel. The key to Becton's success is that his songs are as strong as his voice, and that's what makes Heart of a Love Song such a winning record.
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AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley