Tag Archives: Darius Twyman & Destiny

JGM Music Hour: Episode 158

Episode 158 Playlist: Weeping may endure – Ruth Black & the Harmonettes Trouble in my way – Johnny Ruffin Jr. You fight on – James Pinckney Jr. & the Voices of Faith Jesus Christ is Lord – Carmella Green More than enough – Tiff Jones We win – Christina Bell Praise him – Mud Morganfield Thankful – Pastor James Cutts Making angels – Tracy Worth Tell me where – Darius Twyman & Destiny Pass me not – Elder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian Ogans There will be a light again – Kali Joy

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“Tell Me Where” – Darius Twyman & Destiny

“Tell Me Where” Darius Twyman & Destiny My-Zeal Productions/ Character Music Group LLC (release date: September 3, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich The Detroit choir Darius Twyman & Destiny telegraphs the meaning of its new single, “Tell Me Where,” when Twyman states up front that it is an old school church song written for his mother. The ensemble then tweaks the premise of “Tell Me Where Will I Be When that Trumpet Sounds” into “Where will I be when the Lord comes for me?” This song presents itself as a personal question but is really a warning to all listeners ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 144

Episode 144 Playlist Leap of faith – YimikaSoul Man from Galilee – DK Dru feat. Rance Allen, Paul Porter, and Chris Byrd and True Victory In his hands – Zion Messengers Sorry – Erica Reed We are family, we are friends – Darius Twyman & Destiny A perfect heart – Reba Rambo While traveling through – Shonda English feat. Lemmie Battles Steal away – Calvin Bridges Turn it over – The Loving Sisters Free to worship – Min. James Willis & Nu Praze It’s on the way – Chozen Believers Never fail – Da T.R.U.T.H. feat. Greg Cox Heal our ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: April 20, 2020

“We Are Family, We Are Friends” Darius Twyman & Destiny Character Music LLC (release date: February 21, 2020) By Bob Marovich Detroit singer, songwriter, and choir leader Darius Twyman teams up with his longstanding choir, Destiny, for a song with a dual purpose: to encourage global unity and to offer much-needed words of comfort and hope to the discouraged everywhere. Lush choir harmonies and Twyman’s impassioned vocals evoke the work of the Reverend Donald Vails, whose Voices of Deliverance was where a preteen Twyman cut his vocal teeth. The song is smooth, inspirational, and steeped in the Motor City’s polished ...

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