Master’s Voice: Media Love

David Bruce Murray, Musicscribe

With Undivided, Master’s Voice has the most impressive major label debut I’ve heard in two or three years. Strong song selection and vocals are a must, and this CD has both.

Brandon Coomer, Fuson's Findings

Undivided is outstanding from beginning to end, and that is being conservative. … My one question concerning Undivided is if the second week of the year is too soon to declare a CD the best of the year?

David Bruce Murray, Musicscribe

With Undivided, Master’s Voice has the most impressive major label debut I’ve heard in two or three years. Strong song selection and vocals are a must, and this CD has both.

View From the Pew

If you’ve been missing out Master’s Voice, pick up this project! You’ll discover a great quartet that I have a feeling is on its way up in the industry.

Brandon Coomer, Fuson's Findings

Undivided is outstanding from beginning to end, and that is being conservative. … My one question concerning Undivided is if the second week of the year is too soon to declare a CD the best of the year?

Steve Eaton, Southern Gospel Views

After following their music now for upwards of eight years, I am glad Master’s Voice will now gain some new listeners as a result of moving to a quartet vocal configuration and recording with a major recording label. Sonlite Records.  2016 remains on a winning streak in terms of Southern Gospel album releases with Undivided.