Duyile Adegbuyi’s We Welcome You out February 3
Fast-rising gospel music minister, Duyile Adegbuyi, is set to usher in the New Year with a new album, titled, We Welcome You. The well-researched, soul-searching work produced by Evans Ogboi is set for release on February 3.
The new work will be coming a few weeks after the release of I Know in December 2022 and his debut, God Alone, on June 2, 2022, which both took the gospel music scene by storm.
Like in his previous works, the United Kingdom-based Nigerian singer promised to demonstrate craft, talent and depth in his newest album.
According to him, “what singles me out of the crowd of gospel singers are my vibrancy, curiosity and charm, which help me to captivate and inspire my audiences and listeners.”
He added: “Other qualities that work for me are my exceptional communication and analytical skills, leadership qualities, clear-eyed confidence and a sharp eye for details, as well as my integrity, honesty and above all, trust in the Lord our God, which I ensure are reflected in all my works.”
Duyile explores relationships intimately and universally with his spiritual and soulful tone and introspective lyrical approach.
His music tells a story and enlightens his listeners with the true message in the scriptures and his lyrics are always fascinating, motivating, unique and filled with the love of God.
He said in a world drowning in mediocrity, his spirituality has the power to inspire and it is a beacon of hope for the lost and broken souls, while his dynamic presence creates a real connection with his audience and his spirituals exude a rare bloom of originality.
Besides, he said his body of works ensures that his universe of listeners is always able to connect with the depth of the word and these songs are made available by expanding the avenues and access via international streaming platforms.
Duyile, who also holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Architecture and has made a foray into real estate, has released back to back hit tracks and has promised to release even more this year.