Both “I’m Sorry” and “Here for You” admit mistakes, seek forgiveness and desire reconciliation. True love and long-term commitment take the fore on “I Can Love You Like That,” “Giving You My Heart Forever” and “These Arms.” A woman’s love makes life’s hues more vivid on “Colors of Love.” Best of all, the project concludes with “We Dedicate,” a rendition of “Jesus Loves Me” that exalts Christ and credits Him with specific blessings.
Though not explicit (like the quartet’s previous disc), isolated lines request sexual intimacy (“makin’ love,” etc.).
Beyond its smooth R&B harmonies, And the Music Speaks actually has something of value to say-a step up from the guys’ double-minded debut. Still room for improvement, but a decent overall effort.