Ireland based Nigerian Gospel singer Yetunde Joyce comes out with an elite oriented video for her song “Find God” that portrays art elements of the Italian/France Renaissance period yet the Africanisation of its use was in no way undermined.
Yetunde Joyce was named among the most Influential Africans in Ireland and Northern Ireland (which is part of the United Kingdom) at Power-list Ireland Awards 2012, and awarded African Leadership Excellence Award.
Her album titled “Amazing God” was released in 2011 while G.O.D (Granting Our Desire) is the new album released this year 2014. “Find God” “I Choose to Be Free” and “Worthy” her some of the songs in the album.
Yetunde Joyce recently became Ireland’s National Coordinator for Women of African Origin in Music Ministry (WAOMM), a forum which has the likes of Onos (Nigeria), Isabella (UK), Anu (USA), Eloho Efumuai (Scotland) and more. She has worked with various gospel artists like Sonnie Badu, vocal tutors like Martha, Robyn Richardson and music producers/directors like Wole Oni.
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