When Rachael Lampa first hit, she could have disappeared in what was nearly an "era" of very young, extraordinarily vocally-endowed pop divas. Fourteen-year-old Lampa's debut was released the same month as that of fellow 14-year-old powerhouse, Stacie Orrico. The reason Lampa didn't get lost in the 2000 deluge? She was too good. She laid down several hits, made a name for herself, then waited two years before releasing a whole new sound -- and she was still only in her teens. Appropriately, the latter release was also her first self-titled LP and it was filled with tunes that she co-wrote. Finally, she had truly grown into her voice and sang her own heart's desire, coming to life to unexpected degrees and offering a changed, matured sound. It's hard to imagine where she'll go from here.