Melisa Prestianni records Christian music that alters people's perceptions of that genre's limitations. The passion in her voice takes on a higher and deeper level. Regardless of your religious beliefs (or if you even have any), you'll have to have ears of stone not to at least acknowledge the melodicism and crystal-clear singing on Prestianni's album. She proves that she can croon with the sparkling beauty of angel wings. Her voice really lifts the soul; it is pleasing to the ear, gorgeous in it's simplicity. Versatility is Prestianni's other great quality, she is able to pursue what ever creative turns her music takes. She moves back and forth throughout the course of the record embracing a wide range of musical instrumentation keeping the settings modest-melodic. Softly caressed piano; gently plucked acoustic guitars; wind-swept strings; and even some horns for atmosphere. It gives her songs a wider scope and more eclectic flavor. Like most Christian music, her album 'Reign Down' doesn't require repeated spins for the hooks to settle in. Her tunes are attractive, catchy, hummable and easy to digest. Prestianni is in a league all her own, crafting a timeless collection of spiritually uplifting songs that aren't content with a uniform sound. You don't have to be a Christian to taste the sweetness of transcendent pop like this, but don't be surprised if Prestianni ends up opening your mind by entering your ears first. She does more than sing about God here; her music itself sounds downloaded from above. Blessed with dreamy vocals that can enchant and inspire, Prestianni epitomizes the best that spiritual music has to offer.