Recently signed Disturbing Tha Peace (DTP) recording artist Rudy Currence is ready for the holiday season. Set to release an EP titled “Last Christmas,” Currence pays homage to his home state of South Carolina, spreads holiday cheer and provides a taste of what’s to come on his debut album on the digital release. Created and produced under Rudy’s label Mike Chek Entertainment, “Last Christmas” features five songs including three original Christmas songs and the lead single, “Last Christmas,” which will include a viral music video release on the album’s release date. On “Carolina Christmas,” Currence reminiscently croons about coming home to the Carolinas for the holidays, and on “Christmas Card,” he sings of the season’s romantic sentiments. In addition to his original pieces, Currence issues soulful renditions of two of his favorite Christmas carols, “The First Noel” and “Away in a Manger.” “I wanted to create a classic holiday sampler. I wanted to make Christmas music that’s timeless, songs that people will remember for years to come,” Currence said in a statement. “For those who don’t know me, just think of this EP as an introduction to Rudy Currence, and to all my fans this EP is definitely meant to be a gift they can hold on to while anticipating my upcoming album with DTP.” “Last Christmas” will be made available for purchase at various online music retailers, including iTunes, Amazon and Napster for $4.99 November 24.