Dunsin Oyekan is a gifted Nigerian gospel artiste, songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer.
Mp3bullet takes a review at Dunsin Oyekan; his background, career, and most important his latest album.
Dunsin Oyekan was born on the 5th of November 1984, to the family of Gbadebo Oyekan in Ilorin, Nigeria, as the only son.
Started his elementary in the Airforce Nursery and Primary school, he excelled and later went to Baptist Model High School where he completed his secondary education.
Dunsin later proceeded to the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, where he studied Industrial Chemistry.
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Coming from a family of music lovers, Dunsin’s father was a classic songwriter and staunch lover of music.
His father talked him into learning guitar, as a result, Dunsin started singing and playing guitar at a young age.
Dunsin Oyekan later became a music producer with mastery of different musical instruments.
His love and passion for music have opened doors for him in various places as he was once a music director of the award-winning choir – Avalanche of the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).
He has also performed with international artistes like Tasha Cobbs, Tye Tribbett, Don Moen, etc.
The Gospel of The Kingdom album:
Dunsin Oyekan‘s seventh album in seven years The Gospel of the Kingdom was officially released on January 18.
Like his previous albums, this is an extraordinary work of art that produced great spirituality.
His consistent passion to express his belief with the aim of connecting with the spiritual and getting listeners to understand this message is one unique feature he possesses.
The 16 track album is a blend of Alternative rock produced with electrifying sounds coupled with great melodies.
Over the years, Dunsin Oyekan has been consistent in what he releases, but steady growth in sound productions cannot be misplaced.
Listening to the songs on the album, one would detect the confidence and energy in Dunsin’s vocals.
The ministration of this album is likened to that of a “daddy GO” ministering in a Holy Crusade.
But regardless of his power of positive declarations and his assuredness of the Holy Spirit, he establishes the root of his confidence in ‘Fellowship To Partnership.’
However, if Dunsin needs to work on anything, it is the length of the songs he produces.
This review is solemnly about shining light on what Dunsin Oyekan produced on this album – The Gospel of the Kingdom.