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Ricardo Sanchez drops new single 'Relentless'

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Fri, Jan 26th 2018 10:20 pm
Fan-favorite hits digital retail ahead of radio impact
"Relentless," the new single from Grammy Award-nominated and Dove Award-winning worship leader and Difference Media recording artist Ricardo Sanchez, is now featured at iTunes and other leading digital retailers for 69 cents. The radio version, which was produced by Bryan Fowler (TobyMac, Mandisa), is also poised to impact Christian AC and Hot AC formats Feb. 2.
Penned by Sanchez, "Relentless" quickly became a fan-favorite following the release of his 2011 landmark set, "It's Not Over." A worshipful celebration of God's grace and forgiveness, the new arrangement - recorded live at San Antonio's Cornerstone Church - is featured on Sanchez's critically acclaimed "Taste + See," which released last year.
"One of my favorite verses, Ephesians 2:5, says, 'It is by grace you have been saved,' " Sanchez said. "This song, 'Relentless,' is the Gospel message of God's love for us. My prayer is that, no matter what season life has you in, you would know that God is relentless in his pursuit of you."
Produced by Louie Higuera and drawing from a range of sonic influences, including Latin, Caribbean, jazz and funk grooves, the 10-song "Taste + See" delivers joyful moments of praise - "Greater, Greater," "You Are" and the melodic title-cut - balanced by such introspective selections as "Faithful" and "Hallelujah (My Victor)." In addition, Dove Award-winning vocalist Blanca joins Sanchez on the Salsa-infused "Tu Gracia," as well as the modern hymn "A Bridge."
Sanchez has helped pen some of the most influential songs in modern worship, including "Power Of The Cross," "I Call Your Name," "Great God" and the Dove Award-winning "The Power Of One." His musical signature, "It's Not Over (When God Is In It)," was recorded by Israel & New Breed and inspired Sanchez's 2012 book, "It's Not Over: How To Keep Moving Forward When You Feel You're Losing The Fight." He earned a 2010 Grammy nomination for Best Gospel Song as co-writer of "Every Prayer," and his 2015 Difference Media debut, "Grand Symphony," received the inaugural Album of the Year - Gospel trophy at the 2016 Tejano Music Awards.

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