Late last year, R&B singer Rudy Currence released the single "Royal Blue," an ode to a lost love that left him feeling hyper-emotional. Almost a year later, Currence is back with the single "Send Me I'll Go," where he switches it up on the inspirational tip to talk about his commitment to God and the lengths he will go to for the good word.
Given Currence's background in the industry, including winning GRAMMY and Dove Awards for his work on Lecrae's album Gravity, it doesn't surprise that "Send Me I'll Go" is not your traditional gospel powerhouse melody. The production combines Currence's smooth runs with synth, snare drum and a chopped and screwed voiceover to create the song's sound. While deep on the verses, Currence's voice takes on a lighter quality for the chorus, which is well-suited to the opening stanza of the song and provides a reflective a cappella section at the end, where Rudy reaffirms his readiness to walk the talk.
While there's no word on if Currence will be dropping anything else to see us through the rest of 2016, we will just keep this inspirational jam on repeat until further notice.