[VIDEO & AUDIO] ‘Free’ – D’Annie

Music Sensation, Anne Chukwudumebi Okonji who goes by the stage name D’Annie is back on the radar with an inspirational and uplifting single titled ‘Free’.

‘Free’ is a spiritual gospel song that reminds the world of the beautiful exchange made on the cross of Calvary and all it entails. A self-awakening to the fact that our unrighteousness and past has been replaced with new life. It seeks to draw our attention away from the calamities, pain and depression we experience even as we fix our eyes on God’s word of truth. Remember ‘Who the Son sets free is free completely’.

‘Free’ makes it the 3rd single released by D’Annie. Her previously released singles (`Kelechi` and ‘Make A Change’), trended on several social media platforms.

‘Free’ is produced by Skytimz.
See the video below;



Anne Chukwudumebi Okonji who goes by the stage name D’Annie, is a soulful, classical, urban & contemporary Nigerian Gospel artist who hails from Delta State.

She is well known for her deep roots in classical singing which has helped shape her striking Soprano vocal. Singing as a passion began from a very tender age when she belonged to choral groups in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary institutions. Her youth service days were not left out as she served as a Music Director in House on the Rock Church, Calabar.

D’Annie is currently a psalmist in House On The Rock Church Lagos and draws inspiration from music and choir performances of renowned artists such as Kurt Karr, Yolanda Adams, Cece Winans, Fred Hammond, Celine Dion, Sammie Okposo amongst others. She has shared the stage with prolific gospel artists such as Gabriel Ezeashi, Sammie Okposo, Tim Godfrey, Onos Ariyo, Nikki Laoye, Glowreeyah Braimah, to mention but a few. She continues to grace several local and international stages with her gift.


Twitter | Facebook: @dsoulfulannie
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