Todd Dulaney Makes His Debut On With ‘The Anthem’

Todd Dulaney, music artist and songwriter with label eOne, released his latest single “The Anthem” to radio stations in addition to a cool visual to assist it. “The Anthem is currently available on iTunes to Pre-order.

Released on May 18th, the Gospel artist and Chicago native gives thanksgiving and praise to the almighty father in this inspirational cut.

Slated to be the first single off his upcoming second album, this will mark Dulaney’s debut on eOne’s worship division.

Dulaney isn’t just a voice behind the mic, he’s worked with heavy hitters in the gospel arena such as Destiny’s Child alum Michelle Williams, Smokie Norful, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin  to name a few.

“The Anthem” was originally performed by the Planetshakers, but Delaney’s rendition is just a powerful yet mellow.

The Stellar Award-nominated artist recorded the visual live. In a true praise and worthy atmosphere, the video really displays the song with a touch of soul outside of the Planetshakers. While opinions will vary, Dulaney’s version and visual gives a more personalized touch for delivering the message about Christ.

The video, shot in in Naperville, IL, was definitely a great start for Dulaney’s eOne debut. When asked about what he thought of the accompanied video, he stated:

 “I believe God was pleased with the recording and He showed us by visiting and staying with us the whole evening.”

Gospel fans can look forward to Dulaney taking the stage on Chicago’s Gospel Fest on May 30th, the Freedom Conference in Forest Park, IL on June 20th and New Jersey on June 13th. No word yet, but additional summer dates will be announced for North Carolina, Florida and Maryland.

Other hits from Dulaney includes “Free Worshiper” and “No Other Name.”

In the meantime, check out Dulaney’s visual below; video starts at the 1:04 mark:

Émil Flemmon

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