“We want to make a strong statement about being radical for Christ. It’s about forgetting the things that are behind and looking forward. Lots of people have questioned me and Marion about why we are doing what we are doing; many are wondering if it’s for popularity, but it’s because of the love for Christ,” Stoddart told the Jamaica Observer.
It is co-produced by Aston Barrett Jr and Clifton “Johnny” Clarke.
Stoddart fell in love with music at age five, when he attended Mountain View New Testament of God Church in Kingston and learned to play the bass, keyboard and drums.
In 1996, he collaborated with Dynamis on his first single, Fulfilment of The Bible, before going solo in 2001 with Committed.
Stoddart migrated to the United States in 2004 and studied Technical Management at DeVry College of New York.
However, he could not resist his calling to music and returned to the scene after obtaining his degree. He is known for other hit songs such as Highest Praise and O Love of God.