B. Reith is a perfect example of the evolution of gospel music. It comes in many forms.
With a growing legion of fans on both the pop and urban music formats, Christian rapper B. Reith is set to release a new mix tape that will solidify his position as one of music’s most promising artists. His new project, The Story Continues offers a showcase of musical dexterity at delivering everything from singing silky pop ballads to edgy, rap rhymes on full blast and it confirms what music aficionados already know – that he’s one of the most exciting artist on the music landscape today.
Featuring collaborations with well-known artists like, Wit (producer of Lecrae’s “Church Clothes”), Th3ory Hazit, Dre Murray, Knine, Promise, and upcoming rapper, Isaiah Tate, B. Reith’s new mixtape picks up where his last full-length CD, How the Story Ends left off by delving deeper into hip hop music. The project also features an acoustic cello-beat box remix track from producer Kevin “K.O.” Olusola, from the mainstream accapella group, Pentatonix. “For whatever reason I am in the season of hip hop, so I have got to get this stuff out,” he says. “My music has been embraced very well by urban music audiences, so I wanted to give them something to connect with these new fans.”