How Can It Be [Bonus Tracks]

How Can It Be [Bonus Tracks]

by Lauren DaigleLauren Daigle

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How Can It Be is the debut album by Louisiana-based CCM singer Lauren Daigle. After appearing on future labelmate Jason Gray's 2012 single "Nothing Is Wasted," Daigle signed with Centricity Music, which released an EP in late 2014 based around her soaring, piano-led worship ballad "How Can It Be." When the single hit the Billboard Christian charts at number 16, seven more songs were added, fleshing out the EP into Daigle's 2015 full-length debut album. Her powerful, smoky voice has drawn comparisons to Adele, and the album's soulful production offers plenty of punch and pop hooks. Daigle co-wrote much of the album and is joined on the song "Power to Redeem" by Tennessee-based duo All Sons & Daughters. [How Can It Be was also released with five bonus tracks.]

Product Details

Release Date: 05/06/2016
Label: Centricity Records
UPC: 0829619134728
catalogNumber: 913472
Rank: 6586


  1. First
  2. How Can It Be
  3. Trust in You
  4. My Revival
  5. Loyal
  6. Power to Redeem
  7. Here's My Heart
  8. O' Lord
  9. I Am Yours
  10. Come Alive (Dry Bones)
  11. Salt & Light
  12. Once and for All
  13. Now Is Forever
  14. Wordless
  15. First
  16. Come Alive (Dry Bones)
  17. How Can It Be

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lauren Daigle   Primary Artist
Matt Butler   Cello
Paul Mabury   Drums
Paul Duncan   Piano
Hank Bentley   Guitar
Joe Williams   Synthesizer,Bass,Keyboards
Cara Fox   Cello
Austin Davis   Drums
Vince DiCarlo   Guitar,Electric Guitar

Technical Credits

Jason Ingram   Composer
Jeff Johnson   Composer
Paul Mabury   Composer,Programming,Engineer
Mia Fieldes   Composer
Paul Duncan   Composer
Jonas Myrin   Composer
Michael Farren   Composer
Sean Moffitt   Producer,Engineer
Hank Bentley   Composer
Joe Williams   Programming
Justin Ebach   Composer
Lauren Daigle   Composer

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