Christian/Gospel Music Artiste David Onyeledo Releases Snippet and Artwork For New Single

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Born 27th December in Owerri Imo state south east Nigeria, David Tochi Onyeledo is a gospel trumpeter/musician whose music is a fusion of Gospel Highlife and contemporary/afro jazz. He grew up loving music and started playing the trumpet in 1995. His passion for music started at the age of 7. His parents noticed that he tried to use every bowl around for drumming. A 2nd child/son in a family of 7, David is the current Band leader of the Seraphic Praise Band of Jos, a position he has held since 2002. He has played with Bands such as the versatile Rythms band that contested along side P-square in the hedges and tones concert in Jos, Adonai praise team Owerri, Boys brigade bands in Jos, several Church bands, St murumba college band Jos and the warblers band of Jos. He has also featured as trumpeter for some gospel albums and is currently in charge of the Urban contemporary Band

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His trumpeting and music inspirations come from God and he listens to music by great musicians such as Onyeka onwenu,Phil Driscoll,Frank Edwards,Rex Lawson.

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Under Dillymilly Gospel Records (D.G.R), David Onyeledo is getting prepared to release his very first single “Amarachi” off his debut album “Gratitude”. 

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Have a Listen and Stay Blessed

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7 Comments

dennis ohaneze

Nice song but is short

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FERDINAND

THIS IS THE FIRST TIME OF HEARING FROM THIS ACT. AND AM REALLY IMPRESSED ABOUT HIM. SUCH A GOOD TALENT.

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Ayo

Nice vocals. ...why is the song shortened

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Scotbeat

Dope gospel tune,gud job Keep it up. Oya drop full.....leggooooo!!!!!

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Junadia

It's quite nice. I like the trumpet feel to the song. Even though it's just a snippet, I do wanna hear the full one.

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Cris

Wow....This Is Good Music

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Jay8

Good Music for d Soul....Keep it Up

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