Like family members fighting for the control of the TV remote, both guilt and forgiveness clamor for the remote of our lives. Except that they are far from being family. Guilt hordes for the "replay" button trying to replay the scenes of our shame, sins and failures incessantly in our minds. Forgiveness, on the other hand, presses the "erase" problem washing away our past, giving us a second chance to re-start again. This is the theme of Isaac Carree's "Rest" album: where Satan would slam all the doors of hope, God gives us the second chance sin denies. Carree began his singing career some twenty odd years ago as a celebrated soloist of John P. Kee and New Life Community Choir. After that, he co-founded the group Men of Standard which has had released 5 albums producing hits such as "Trust in God" and "In Your Will." In 2011 Carree released his solo debut record "Uncommon Man" to great critical and commercial successes. The project's hit single, "In the Middle," peaked at #1 at Gospel radio, where it remained for 8 consecutive weeks. "Uncommon Me" also earned Carree the prestigious Stellar Award for Producer of the Year, along with four more nominations, including Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year.