Even better than 2011’s Uncommon Me, the second album from Isaac Carree offers a relaxed, enjoyable listen from start to finish. Its three-part title track, scattered throughout the program, enhances the album’s theme of starting fresh, no matter your age or circumstances — a message that comes through with Carree’s down-to-earth approach to contemporary gospel. As on Uncommon Me, Carree co-wrote most of the songs, and he collaborated here with the likes of Eric Dawkins, Phil Cornish, and Ronnie Jackson. R. Kelly, an obvious inspiration, appears on a remix of “Clean This House,” a Top Five hit on Billboard’s Gospel Songs chart. Neka Brown, James Fortune, Joe, Kirk Franklin, Kierra Sheard, and a handful of other guests add support.