Country singer LeAnn Rimes released her new album god’s work – intentionally spelled with a lower case ‘g’ – this month and says the album title is a “reclamation of God for herself.”
Rimes began working on the album three years ago and described the 12-track compilation as “genre-bending” because it features various artists, including Ziggy Marley, Mickey Guyton, Aloe Blacc, Ben Harper, Robert Randolph, and Sheila E., among others.
“If you look at Ziggy, Ben, Ledisi, Mickey and Sheila, I feel like we all have similar hearts and minds and are putting out similar messages into the world,” Rimes said in an interview with Forbes. “So, it feels like a community of people and the album really speaks to that.”
The publication said Rimes pegged god’s work as “a reclamation of God for herself,” with the singer explaining that the lowercase ‘g’…