B. Reith (listen to the track "Go On" to figure out the pronunciation), is a young and very talented artist from Nashville, Tennessee who delivers a rather unique sound. This EP, entited The Forecast, comes courtesy of Gotee Records and features five solid tracks for those interested in giving B. Reith a shot.
"Rain Down" and "Cold World" are emotionally deep tracks about the need for God in our lives and how sad this world has become. "Bottom of the 9th" features Knine and delivers a hard hitting message telling people to be prepared because the Lord is returning soon. And the final track, "Go On," is the most upbeat song on the EP. The song is a bit reminiscent of KJ-52 with its funny lyrics and message about people not knowing how to pronounce the artist's name.
This is a great start for B. Reith. The Forecast EP hints that this artist could be a force to be reckoned with in the Christian music industry. I look forward to a full-length release from him in the future.- Review date: 4/8/08, written by Kevin Hoskins of Jesusfreakhideout.com
Record Label: Gotee Records
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