Rudeboy and his twin brother; Mr P seem to be going head to head with sonic releases these days. Fairly fresh off the release of his Dancehall inspired single with Patoranking, his brother’s love centered duet with Simi and amidst controversy involving the brothers and their wives, the entertainer returns with a heart full of gratitude for God’s protection in a piano centric monologue which finds him expressing his innermost thoughts to God that’s all too shady and reminiscent of his shared artistry with his brother during their stint as a group tagged Chizoba.

In a very familiar setting, Rudeboy takes direction from the soundscape that’s rooted in a cadence of mellow keys embellished in nostalgia and a hint of aggression as he croons to God in his signature smooth sounding vocals meshed with his emotions that express a pure and clear form of soulful bliss.

On one hand, Rudeboy might be shading his brother and his sister-in-law, on the other, he might be singing about the stumbling blocks he has encountered in the industry, whatever the reason is, is a muse well appreciated.