Chirondala wanted to re-record the song and bring a fresh sound to the original arrangement. So she involved the original producer of the first recording back in 2008, Dr. Prince Yelder and put him over production, and also featured Dr. Yelder on lead. Corvious Scott arranged the background vocals which added a touch of gospel and a jazzy melodic delivery that immediately captivates.
Darwin Noguera, a Grammy nominated Latin jazz artist helped her finish it off with a bang by connecting Chirondala with the gifted and talented gospel producer, pianist and music director, Jason Tyson to master the song. Chirondala GodsSongful Creation has an amazing support system. Her family continues to support and encourage her, and her mentor and Papa, Jason Anderson, has advised her every step of the way for this release.
The music video was recorded in Nigeria by the head of her videography team, Kobolash. Kobo and Chirondala work very well together. He’s able to captivate the message and deliver it in the finished product.
Chirondala flows prophetically during her ministration and is a powerful teacher of the Gospel. Her life is ministry; her destiny and purpose is to create perpetual change in the lives of the lost through her earthy, inspirational, creative style of music.Even if the lost don’t think they’re lost; they will come into the awareness of Yah’s love by way of her music.
Chirondala’s 3rd cousin is Stevie Wonder, who has been a pioneer and musical influence across many genres of music. Chirondala had no choice but to sing because it was and is so deeply engrained in her family lineage.
She’s been singing since she was five years old, thanks to her grandmother. She was the first and only child in the adult choir at her Church, Living By Faith Ministries; there, she was apart of her first recording project. She leads a song on the cd alongside her mother, Bryana Vosley, called “L.O.V.E. LOVE. ” While Chirondala was still in junior high school, she joined the Jacksonville State University Gospel Choir. Again, she was the youngest and only non-college member. She eventually attended the JSU and remained in the choir. By the time she graduated, she had been in the choir faithfully for over 10 years, where she trained under Dr. Myrtice Collins, who sang back up for Al Green. Chirondala was the overall section leader for all the sections in the choir and was a part of the cd projects while in the choir. The last project features one of her renditions of “The Lord’s Prayer,” which she leads on. The Gospel Choir has toured all over the nation and has appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel Hour several times. Under the direction of Dr. Collins, they have been taped for Black Entertainment Television (BET) at locations in Walt Disney World, Las Vegas, and Nashville. They have also been a part of the Gospel Music Workshop of America. Chirondala has sung with several other independent gospel groups, one being Thanksgiving Praise and Worship International, and has travelled and toured with this ministry for 10 years.
Chirondala is also a skilled theater director and stage manager. Her last play was called “The Day the Devil Came to Church”, where gospel great Dr. Bobby Jones was featured in the play.
She has gained much knowledge while on her journey and has accomplished much, but she still has goals she desires to achieve.Follow Chirondala Maduka on Facebook, Instagram and subscribe to her YouTube Channel for new music and ministry updates.
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