Gospel singer Todd Dulaney to make J'can debut
Former US baseball star-turned-gospel artiste Todd Dulaney will be making his performance debut in Jamaica at the launch of local gospel star DJ Nicholas' new album 'Audiologist'.
The event is slated for July 21 at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre.
Todd's musical career started in 2011 with a version of the popular praise and worship single, Pulling Me Through.
His hit song Victory Belongs To Jesus, has attracted over 10 million views and also became popular in Jamaica.
"Todd was chosen as a performer for the event as he is known for reaching out and touching the hearts of men, a true worshipper. He desires to keep the message of God on display more than the brand of the artiste, and that is the feel we are looking for at this family-oriented event," DJ Nicholas said
The album launch is already highly anticipated based on the demand for the new material from DJ Nicholas, who has not released a project in six years.
The addition of international and local gospel stars, including Dulaney and Jermaine Edwards, only makes the event more enriched, especially since both artistes have also collaborated on the project.
"Jamaicans like to have new musical experiences, so we decided to add international performers to the launch of my fourth album. The event is aimed at bringing new energy to the gospel industry with a twist, appealing to Christians and people who want more of God. It will be a production event which includes soul-searching and godly entertainment," said DJ Nicholas.
Audiologist is now available for pre-order on digital platforms. The launch will also feature performances from 2017 Jamaica Cultural Development Commission gospel song finalists Kevin Heath, Dunamis Reignz and Ryan Mark, among others.