Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in ministry and music, two areas that have been a fabric of her life since she was a young girl. After enduring as many trials as she has celebrated triumphs, Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence built by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds.
Her fifth solo album overall, “Living it” is her second release on Light Records and picks up where her last project – 2011’s “I Survived” – left off.
“Living it” features songs written and produced by Deon Kipping, Rick Robinson, Daniel Weatherspoon, Joe “Flip” Wilson and more
“Since my last album so many things happened in my life that really brought me to a place of living firsthand the faith that I have sang, talked and preached about all my life,” she says. “After almost losing my house to foreclosure once and then to a fire a second time, and seeing God restore and recover everything in my life, I can really say that I am living it – the ‘it’ being true faith, true dependence on God, true deliverance, true peace.” “Living it” will be released February 17, three days prior to the premiere of Oxygen’s “Preacher’s of Detroit” that will feature Dorinda.
On “Living it,” the legendary evangelist and singer – who has won three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards – soars to new creative and thematic heights. Still, she holds firm to her signature style that is delightfully soaring and expressive, and epitomizes the Gospel music canon.
SOURCE: EUR Web