Singer George Nooks is looking to God following his recent legal troubles.

The veteran crooner is set to release a new reggae/gospel single titled “Never Fail Me Yet,” which addresses his recent legal worries and personal struggles since being arrested on drug possession charges.

The Singer who is most popularly known for his cover version of Al Green’s classic “God Is Standing By” was arrested and charged after cops found approximately two ounces of cocaine in his 2016 Mercedes Benz.

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According to Nooks, the song is very personal as it addresses all the criticism he faced following his arrest, and how God remained his strongest source of strength through the entire ordeal.

Nooks continually remains thankful throughout the song to God for not deserting him in his darkest hour. He encourages his listeners to “don’t worry, don’t fret” and to have have faith in God throughout their troubles.