Stacie Orrico's ForeFront debut, Genuine, went gold and earned the singer a solid Christian fan base, as well as winning her some opening dates for Destiny's Child.

Stacie Orrico's ForeFront debut, Genuine, went gold and earned the singer a solid Christian fan base, as well as winning her some opening dates for Destiny's Child. On her sophomore effort, the gifted 16-year-old is making major inroads into mainstream pop with the single "Stuck." This new collection boasts a variety of producers, including Dallas Austin and Virgin Records chairman/CEO Matt Serletic. The result is an adventurous set that perfectly showcases Orrico's vocal sass and youthful exuberance. Witness tracks like "Bounce Back," "Tight," the Diane Warren-penned "I Promise," and the self-penned "Strong Enough." EMI Christian Music Group's ForeFront label is targeting Christian consumers, with Virgin handling the mainstream market. With this self-titled disc, Orrico has given both parties plenty of musical ammunition to make cash registers ring all around.—DEP