King Lorenzo delivers thirteen brand new tunes on his sophomore album called "Stronger". For this collection, which just like its predecessor is a treat from beginning to end, King Lorenzo has collaborated with Nereus Joseph, the well known UK singer, musician and producer. The latter provided the riddim tracks, a mixture of fresh originals and reworkings of classic riddims such as Tyrone Taylor's "Cottage In Negril" ("Something About You"), Buny Wailer's "Ballroom Floor" ("Feel Like Dancing"), and the Abyssinians' "Declaration Of Rights" ("Pressure Me Hard"), while the songs were arranged and recorded at Canawii recording studio. All the tracks featured on "Stronger" have a very polished sound, commonly known from many successful UK productions. Lyrically it has something to offer for everyone as King Lorenzo deals with subjects that include social commentary, affairs of the heart, and personal empowerment. On each and every track King Lorenzo's pure and exceptional voice comes to full expression, showing he's a top­flight singer. Although the lovers piece "Something About You" and the feel good tune "Feel Like Dancing" are decent efforts, it are the reality tunes that really stand out. That's why it's truly a joy to listen to songs like "Mighty Long Time", "Live Up", "Pressure Me Hard", and "Where Is The Love". Don't overlook "This Life", the duet with Nereus Joseph, actually the best of the three collaborations included on this album. King Lorenzo's "Stronger" is a first rate production that should be checked by anyone who likes to listen to a real good singer