Todd Curry Wows With New Gospel Track, ‘Transitions’

When gospel artist Todd Curry took over from his father Bishop CL Curry as pastor of St Peter The Rock Inc, he transformed his church’s presence in the Eastwood community, of Pinehurst, North Carolina, bringing in a range of Kingdom and outreach programmes that are not only vibrant but also high-impact. Now Pastor Todd is taking that outreach worldwide with TLC Unlimited Inc, with the aim to not only heal community ties, but also bring people together with a Gospel soundtrack.

‘Transitions’, from Todd Curry’s upcoming six-track EP, sees him offer compassion, encouragement, and guidance to those who are navigating their way through the stormy seas of life. Co-written with Grammy Award winner Cedric Thompson, as well as Dennis Reed Jr, ‘Transitions’ is upbeat and in itself transitions from a contemporary Gospel sound, into goth, and then takes it even further cross-genre, with Gospel legend B. Slade giving it socks with hair-raising vocal riffs throughout the track.

In the music video for ‘Transitions, it’s depicted transitions of all sorts, from marriage, parenthood, education, addiction, sickness, homelessness, career changes, and eventually, death. Each actor in the clip represents a person Curry has met or ministered to. For example, Curry’s real life sister, gives their mother a hug, in response to a recent diagnosis of cancer. There’s a certain vulnerability present in the video, which is matched equally by that of the song itself. Powerful and moving, ‘Transitions’ is a song of raw power.

Watch the music video for ‘Transitions’ below and follow Todd Curry online on his official website.

Todd Curry - Transitions feat. B.Slade (Official Music Video)

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