The Wait - David Leonard

The Wait

David Leonard

  • Genre: Christian & Gospel
  • Release Date: 2019-03-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

Tracks

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Reviews

  • Fresh and gritty

    5
    5 / 5
    By JonFOdom
    I listened to the album all the way through as I drove today (the ideal way to listen to it, btw). I let each song soak in. I've listened to enough "Christian music" to develop some fairly good instincts on what chord, phrase or sound is coming next. So much sameness in most church music these days. I found "The Wait" to be a refreshing, gritty, heartfelt experience. I was sonically surprised and delighted. David's voice is raw and emotive. So many great tracks. Worth the investment of 11 bucks!
  • Best album of 2019.... period

    5
    5 / 5
    By Dr Cheeto 73
    I never write reviews. But this album is phenomenal! By far the best album of 2019. And we are only in March. His voice is amazing, and the message of this entire album is amazing. Do yourself a favor and buy this album!
  • Raw, real, and honest

    5
    5 / 5
    By Flee-123
    This is the best album I have bought in a long time! I have always enjoyed David’s music, but every song from The Wait speaks directly to me.
  • great album!

    5
    5 / 5
    By Louize3
    your weekday worship album!
  • Thank you David!

    5
    5 / 5
    By Bigs13
    Amazing first taste of your new music!
  • The Best of Villains

    5
    5 / 5
    By A good thief
    Honest. Creative. Vulnerable. David courageously exposes the truth of the inner man over a detailed musical background composed of both modern and classic production techniques--the true craftsmanship of The Creak Music (a production house in Franklin, TN). Knowing that this modern worship leader and artist reveals internal struggle while continuing to lean on Christ far after a season spent declaring "Great Are You Lord" in front of the global church is sobering. This creation helps to equal the playing field in the body of Christ. Whether you're blessed with talent holding the microphone in front of large crowds or you're the man or woman falling apart in the back--we all experience the same struggles. David gives us an invitation to bring up the not-so-talked-about prayers with God by sharing glimpses of his own battles. In different ways we all become prodigals, runaways, criminals, hypocrites--villains--throughout our walks of life. This album seemingly captures the heart of the best of villains. As if the good thief hanging next to Jesus had songs to sing in a collection called "The Wait".