Camille Aragonés in her debut album Sweet Hour uses her sweet soulful angelic voice captures the essence of the music she has identified herself with through the years. The stunning sound in the project was at the hands of talented pianist Wesley Reynoso as he arranged and produced the album. Wesley has played at Rockefeller Center and Carnegie Hall. Sweet Hour will allow you to experience a peaceful escape, away from the stresses of everyday life. Camille's music invites you to prepare your heart for what the Lord may have in store for you. The style of this album is influenced by Selah, Jaci Velasquez, David Phelps, Crystal Lewis, Norah Jones, Michael W. Smith. I started singing in a Spanish church in Detroit, Michigan at the age of three. My parents saw the Lord working through me and encouraged me to develop my gift and continue to serve God. As I matured my passion for music grew. I had many influences growing up but my family always set the example of looking to God for leadership and direction. I have traveled around the world on a few mission trips and have been able to share music with many. At the present time in my life I feel the Lord calling me to work on the ministry of music. The completion of this project, Sweet Hour, has been a joy and I hope will be a true blessing in the lives of many. I desire, God willing, to someday be able to travel the world more extensively and share of His love through music. I pray and hope that we can all serve the Lord with our gifts as He calls us individually. Camille Aragones.
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