Rhett Canipe

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Coming from a person who doesn’t listen to many Rock Worship bands, Rhett Canipe music has gotten my attention. At first glance I figured this was another typical worship artist who was looking for attention but with Rhett Canipe’s music it gets your attention with how tender and uplifting it is. The lyrics contain what you would expect from a worship artist. However Rhett Canipe grabs the simplest melodies and makes them sound powerful. With the mixture of guitar, piano, drums and strings, you might catch yourself taping your foot to his music.

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