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Voices of Fire

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Charming choir competition series has positive messages.

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Executive produced by Pharrell Williams, this series features talented people from different backgrounds and lived experiences vying for a chance to sing in a gospel choir. Bishop Williams and his choir staff openly talk about how this choir is designed to inspire people from all over the world to believe in God. But it is clear that many who audition view the opportunity as a way to rebuild faith in themselves.

There's lots of talk about God and faith, which makes sense given the subject matter of the music. he overall audition process reminds you of secular singing competitions, like American Idol and The Voice. But the most entertaining part of the series is listening to the talented singers' performances, and the judges' reactions to them. If you enjoy gospel music and culture, chances are you'll enjoy this musical treat.

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