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Say It


Britt Nicole may be a new face to Christian music, but the catchy hooks and powerful energy in her Sparrow Records debut album Say It will not be quickly forgotten. Britt’s music is geared toward teenagers, with guitar driven hooks, thoughtful lyrics about real issues, and a bit of funky urban flair. She has worked with renowned producers Tedd T (Stacie Orrico, David Crowder*Band, Mutemath) and doubledutch (ZOEgirl, Mat Kearney) to create a unique fresh sound that will appeal to music fans everywhere. With her explosive and dynamic live show, Britt is already winning fans on the road at Winter Jam 2007, alongside Sanctus Real, Hawk Nelson, Jeremy Camp, Steven Curtis Chapman and more.


  • SKU: 0094637996423
  • UPC: 094637996423
  • Title: Say It
  • Qty Remaining Online: 2
  • Publisher: Sparrow Records
  • Release Date: May 22, 2007
  • Format: Album
  • Media: Compact Disc
  • Music Categories: Contemporary/Pop
  • Weight lbs: 0.21
  • Dimensions: 5.12" L x 6.03" W x 0.39" H
  • Category: CONTEMPORARY
  • Subject: Christian - Contemporary


Debut Artist Worth Watching

On occasion, you come across a young artist who has potential to catch on in a big way. Britt Nicole is such an artist. With her au currant pop style and honest lyrics, Britt could carve a niche for herself. Her debut album, Say It, is extremely catchy and exuberant. Still, there are a few areas where she will need to “find her own way” in the future.

Several of the tracks, i.e. “Holiday” and “Ready,” exude Top 40 radio potential. Britt’s songs could stylistically be compared to Nelly Furtado (“Holiday”), Lindsay Lohan (“Good Day”) and Hilary Duff (“Sunshine Girl”). As a whole, her album is reminiscent of Stacie Orrico’s soulful ideals with mass radio appeal. While likeable, Britt could use more innovation.

Musically and vocally, this album is solid. The melodies are infectious, and her voice is appropriately raspy without sacrificing vocal flexibility. Say It is a good listen the entire way through.

Knowing that Britt wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on her debut shows promise for her as an artist. If she can break away from sounding too much like her peers and really tap into more artistic lyrics on her sophomore project, we may see her star rising.


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