This song’s message simply conveys that God honors prayer requests and reassures that His children are conquerors.
Detroit-groomed Ryan Rutley releases his newest single Win, from his forthcoming project Altar Call —scheduled for a Summer 2018 release. Available on all digital outlets, this duet with Dodi— from the 90s duo Pam and Dodi— is sure to inspire many audiences. This song’s message simply conveys that God honors prayer requests and reassures that His children are conquerors. Rutley affirms he wants everyone to own their winning season. It’s one thing to win, but the “E-R” in winner represents ownership of your victory. Rutley takes listeners on a journey with anointed rhythms and lyrics that are sure to resonate with all who have experienced a setback, but in the end–—God worked it out!
As CEO of Psalms Group for nearly 11 years, Rutley has actually been in the Christian/Gospel music industry for more than 20 years, and has worked with legendary artists, including Twinkie Clark. As he continues to make strides in the music world, his tunes already speak volumes to those who love old-school traditional classics and new-age contemporary melodies. It’s no surprise that he exhibits such versatility because his musical influences are an array of singers from various time periods. They include Commissioned, Ben Tankard, Marvin Sapp, Aaron Lindsey, Richard Smallwood, Lamar Campbell, Asaph Ward, Curtis Turrentine, Parkes Stewart, and Doobie Powell.
Still floating on the success from 2014’s Worship…the Journey, and 2012’s Reflections, this 2018 release, Altar Call, is high anticipated. Rutley’s 3rd studio album, this time around, there are several collaborations with artists such as Jason Champion, Ashlie Johnson, Tim White and legendary Mom (Delores) Winans. The audience can expect a transparent glimpse into how sinners and saints have so much going on that they don’t have a starting point to begin executing their assignments. But, the underlying theme of all the tracks is: Go to the Source! “With all the happenings politically, educationally, spiritually and emotionally, we are looking at our resources and not the source…and biblically, we should go to the source,” Rutley says. “I love praise and worship, and Altar Call. But, I want people to know (the altar) it’s not just for sinners. It’s for everybody,” he adds.
Rutley’s passion for Christ and genuine love for ministry and music is in his blood. With a Bishop for a dad and brother who is a pastor, he wears several hats as well— father, CEO, musician, and minister at Christian Tabernacle Church in Southfield, MI. He shows no signs of slowing down, with several music awards already in his vault, including the Rhythm of Gospel Award for Instrumental CD of the Year (2014), Texas Music Gospel Award for Male Group of the Year (2018)-Rutley Brothers, and he was featured in the video for Vicki Winan’s, How I Got Over, which won a Stellar Award (2010).
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