Ledger - EP - LEDGER
- Genre: Rock
- Release Date: 2018-04-13
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 6
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Ledger - EP - LEDGER User Reviews
Super excited for Jen!
I love the music and sound. Super fan of Skillet and really enjoyed your vocals on some of the Skillet songs. Your an awesome drummer and inspirational. Definitely enjoyed the EP and I pray that you continue to find success. I feel conflicted because I want to say I’d be really excited if you went full throttle with Ledger but then again I would miss your vocals and drumming from Skillet. Regardless I love Skillet and would probably adjust overtime as I’m sure most fans do when they’re loyal to their favorite bands. Also I really do feel you have the right to pursue your dreams and go wherever God leads you and it’s meant to be then I am happy for you and I would buy your music support Ledger however Skillet will always be my #1 band.
If and when you do release more music my suggestion is go with something personal to you people and more relatable to the listeners. Me personally as a listener I love listening to Christian Music and songs about how God can lift you up when your in the darkest of moments in your life but I really enjoy songs about personal testimonies and how God has effected your life or some you know because they remind me that even if I can see the miracles being done in my life but I see God working miracles in your life or hear about a story of God working miracles in some else’s life then that by itself lifts me up and encourages reminding me not to lose hope and that God will provide I just need to be patient. Anyway just a suggestion. I’m sure you have your own ideas and I’m sure they’re amazing just like you.
Keep up the good work and keep inspiring people and God Bless you!
By -Sasha Adair
I absolutely love love this album! I love Jen and glad that she is doing her own Solo Project! I actually always wanted to hear her voice more:)
Jen is so good as a solo Artist
Great effort put in sure to subscribe to skilletband🔥🔥🔥
YOU NEED THIS IN UR LIFE
By Prestin D
I have been listening to skillet for almost 8 years now and let me say this is what we skillet fans need it’s awesome I have always looked up to Jen she is the solid reason I became a drummer and this is EP just shines her beauty and talent! LUV U JEN!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😘
I cannot wait for more of her music!
This album has been on REPLAY! Even have my 18 month old mouthing the words 🤟🏼 Great declaration! Keep it coming Jen ❤️
Overall a good debut EP from a talented Drummer/vocalist
As a fellow fan of Skillet, I was pretty curious to see what their drummer/singer Jen would create as a solo artist. I always thought that Jen had a unique voice and her work with Skillet makes the band better, especially live. The energy she brings is incredible and I was excited to see what kind of music she would make. 6 months later, I gotta say that this EP has aged pretty well and I enjoy a majority of it as a whole.
The first single “Not Dead Yet” is a catchy tune that while I don’t come back to a lot, I think it’s a solid jam with a catchy chorus. Warrior is another solid jam, which at first I didn’t care for. John Cooper’s feature is good, but it makes it sound just like a Skillet B-Side. Thankfully Jen’s vocals stand out as something unique.
Bold is an electronic tinged anthem that reminds me of Starset and Unleashed Era Skillet. This may be a shock but I actually really enjoy this one a lot. You would think a song this simplistic would be a least favorite, but Jen’s voice carries it all the way through. I just really like the vibe of it as a whole.
Foreigner is the most diverse track on here and I honestly really enjoy it. This one is unique because of the lyrical content. I like how Jen portrays Christians as foreigners, and how we’re not home yet. There’s some pretty creative lyrical content and that really makes the song stand out. Jen’s vocal performance is very good too.
Ruins is my favorite song on the EP. This ballad is absolutely beautiful. Jen’s voice really shines here and it blends beautifully with the piano and light strings. It seems like the song is talking about a lost relationship or even a conversation between her and God. It definitely has a lot of depth to it, and this is one I still come back to frequently.
Iconic closes out the EP with a punch. It’s a very fun pop/rock song with some buzzing electronics that carry the song. While I do like Jen’s vocals a lot, some of the lyrics are kind of cheesy and cringey. It reminds me of the song Famous from Unleashed, but this is a better version of it imo. Definitely a solid way to end the EP.
Overall this is a good debut EP from a very talented Drummer/vocalist. I can’t wait to see what she does next!
This is awesome. Jen rocks
I love her voice and this album is even better then expected! I hope she comes out with more side albums. :)
Does she still sing in skillet