Rhett Walker releases his third studio album, Good To Me, riding the momentum of the most successful Christian radio single of his career. Currently top 5 on the Billboard Christian Airplay chart, "Believer" has surpassed the radio success of Rhett's previous radio hits "Come To The River" and "When Merch Found Me" from his debut release. "Believer" is quickly becoming one of the signature songs of Rhett's career.
"This record is a collection of song that point to the hope we have in Jesus. We know we don't have to walk in fear. As Believers, we get to find Joy and Peace in every scenario we face. From the mountains to the valleys, God has always been good to us and faithful." -Rhett Walker
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Album Review: Rhett Walker - Good To Me| Posted April 16, 2020
What You Need To Know With lead single “Believer” quickly becoming one of the most successful singles of Rhett Walker’s career, he rides this momentum to a third full length album, looking to shoot to the top tier of contemporary Christian music.
What It Sounds Like Fans may remember Rhett Walker from past hits like “When Mercy Found Me.” Rhett has a powerful southern voice that adds an intensity to the contemporary offerings. Juggling a more blatant Southern style with more standard contemporary Christian radio songs, Good To Me, offers a positive and uplifting listening experience that should please both the Christian radio fans and those who enjoy a bit more country edge to their praise and worship. Lead single "Believer" is made for singing along to on the radio while songs like "Murderer" give more of that country rock edge that Walker excels in.
Spiritual Highlights Walker sings of how Christ meets us in our darkest places in “You Met Me There.” He calls for “Peace in the Family” to quell the tide of turmoil in our families. “Believer” testifies to the effect of Christ’s work in our lives. All in all, these are typical themes for the average Christian to relate to in their walk with Christ. While the topics have been tackled by many an artist before, Walker’s interpretation should still resonate with his audience.