By Alanna Nash
Updated March 02, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST

Sixteen-year-old Andrews may be the Academy of Country Music’s reigning Top New Female Vocalist, but her second album pulls out every stop in an attempt to catapult her from competent purveyor of sweet love songs to bombastic pop diva. Producer Byron Gallimore, Nashville’s new king of schlock, obviously gave her the same advice he gave Faith Hill: Never sing a little when you can sing a lot. Unlistenable. D