The music world hasn't heard much from B.Reith in a while; it's been five years since an actual release from the artist who is known for dabbling in both pop and hip hop. There are times when I listen to B.Reith and thoughts of an amazing musician come to mind, but there are also (and more frequently) times where I feel as if he is content to just make simplistic, radio-friendly tunes. Unfortunately, the latter is what the bulk of Heart On My Sleeve contains.
This small sampling begins with "Winning Feeling," a solid track featuring Christon Gray with the two artists working together to make a great pop-flavored, up tempo hip hop joint worthy to be played on repeat. The rest seems to slide downhill from there. "Can't Stop Loving You" is basically boring, and "Deep End" is quite repetitive in its chorus. And while "Roll With The Punches" gives positive vibes and "On My Own" speaks a solid message of avoiding solitude during struggles, both are lacking and don't leave me wanting more from B.Reith.
If you are looking for something that is light, fun, and full of positive messages, then Heart On My Sleeve may be exactly what you're looking for to play during those chill vibe times in life. However, if you want something that has more depth and doesn't seem like simplistic, repetitive radio-play, then you may want to pass on this one.- Review date: 9/21/16, written by Kevin Hoskins of Jesusfreakhideout.com
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