Contemporary gospel singer and multi instrumentalist, “3D”; a.k.a Douglas Danor has just released a brand new single ‘Imela’ (Thank You).
The Cross-River State born artiste is a sensational and inspirational
gospel icon that has been in the industry for quite a while.
means ‘Thank You’ is a song of gratitude, thanksgiving and
appreciation, to God in recognition of His wonderful works which He has
done for him and doing for His (God’s) people.
song projects the wonderful providence and protective powers and
prowess of God as well as the miracles He did to raise His children from
the miry clay and setting them on a rock to stay; bringing them from
the pit to the palace.
we march on to and through the glorious new year, 2017, it will be a
super fantastic attitude to express our gratitude to God for his
marvelous work which He has already done in years past as a prelude to
experiencing that which He has in stock for each and every one of us in
the new year and years ahead.
us into the direction of acknowledging the wonders of God in our lives
so as to move us to always say ‘Imela’ (Thank You) as a lifestyle.
song production is reflective of his knowledge on musical instruments;
this coupled with the message the song carries, which we must not loose
focus of makes this song of gratitude an everyday delight to listen to.
ABOUT – Douglas Danor’ (3D)
a.k.a Douglas Danor is an indigene of Boki LGA in Cross-river state. He
started music in the year 1991 when he joined his mini church choir at
Assemblies of God church. This was where he learnt the rudiments of
music and horned his skills in instrumentation. He plays the drums,
Guitar(bass) and Keyboard. Before heading into professional singing, he
had either been a leader or a member of leadership in a number of Choirs
at Winners’ Chapel (Living Faith Church) between 2007 and 2013. From
2013 till date, he remains one of the members of the Music Team at
Winners’ Chapel (LFC), Head quarters, Ota, Africa; which is the Largest
Choir found anywhere on earth today.
music inspiration and life, has been tremendously affected by the works
of and/or words from: R. Kelly, Panam Percy Paul, Pst. Chris Oyakilome,
Sammie Okposo, Kirk Franklyn, Frank Edwards and Bishop David O. Oyedpo –
his Spiritual father and life coach, whom he sits under tutelage from,
week after week.