(Compromise by InderPaul Sandhu was shot, directed and edited by Deanabean)

"Compromise by InderPaul Sandhu" is out now, but its forerunner, a 50-second video trailer lived on social media since 22nd of January.

Taking up residence on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, the snippet (call it appetiser) got a lot of internet reactions - excellent responses, many thumbs up, clicked hearts, retweets and likes, this further heightened InderPaul`s profile as a class act.

However, there is an untold story behind "Compromise," a song produced by UK`s female beatmaker, "Essie B," but engineered and mixed by the talented ""Calvin Venus" (of The Food Audio).

According to InderPaul Sandhu`s telling of it in the November interview;

"This song is based on one of the doors that was opened for me, I had an interview on a non-Christian station, and the show was called 'Tipsy Talk' so there were loads of bottles in there," he narrated.

"I ended up drinking quite a bit, now I was able to hold myself down in the station, but when I was at the bus stop afterwards I knew in myself I had compromised, and this song was birthed out of that compromise.

Now you can judge me on this," InderPaul sounded, "but the truth of the matter is this whole 'Compromise' thing is something we're faced with every day as Christians."

Let`s distil the inspiration for a moment, don`t we compromise sometimes? I speak for myself.

Paul`s words to the Roman church also revealed his battle with compromise, the struggle to live right, read his epistle (Romans 8:17-20, The Message)!

"For if I know the law but still can’t keep it, and if the power of sin within me keeps sabotaging my best intentions, I obviously need help!

I realise that I don’t have what it takes. I can will it, but I can’t do it," said the Apostle.

"I decide to do good, but I don’t do it; I decide not to do bad, but then I do it anyway.

My decisions, such as they are, don’t result in actions. Something has gone wrong deep within me and got the better of me every time."

InderPaul`s new single (Compromise) has a potent message; one that will set many free (so don`t keep its release to yourself).

Proclaim it, tweet it, Instagram it, Facebook it and Snapchat it!

It`s available now on Spotify, Deezer, Rhapsody, Amazon and all digital platforms.

Get your copy today!!!

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