Gordon Chambers is set to release his fourth Album, Surrender.
Surrender is an inspirational odyssey of Chambers’ personal testimonies and heartfelt vocals. Supported by a notable cast of featured artists–such as three-time Grammy-winning recording artist Lalah Hathaway and two-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Eric Roberson–Surrender is a melodious offering of faith, optimism and perseverance set to the tempos of timeless R&B, pop and gospel.
Chambers croons about dissension between lovers and friends on “Back To Love,” a passionate duet with the lauded Lalah Hathaway, produced by Darien Dorsey. At the song’s core is an all-too-familiar miscommunication that leads to further misunderstanding. “As human beings, a lot of times we speak to protect our identity or our ego,” he says. “So when people have disagreements, we often don’t know how to speak in a way that can heal conflicts, and we create more harm. I wanted to write something that would inspire people to heal relationships, just like Anita Baker’s ‘I Apologize’ has done for millions. When you’re disconnected from loved ones, it hurts. I’m also living that now.”
In keeping in step with tradition on his previous solo albums, Chambers also recorded a new rendition of a song from his award-winning catalog for Surrender. The torch ballad “One Voice,” written with Grammy-nominated songwriter Phil Galdston (“Save The Best For Last”) and previously recorded by R&B star Brandy on her multiplatinum 1998 Grammy-nominated sophomore album Never Say Never, is a quintessential Chambers song: highly emotional, incomparably melodic. “The chorus reads: If I’ve got one chance, one choice… I’ll sing it from the heart…with one song, one voice,” he says, resolutely. “It’s everything that I believe in a song. That is my mantra, my message, and my vision statement. It is who I am. It is why I make music.”
We will give you more information about this inspiring project once it comes available.