Ghana-based Nigerian gospel singer and worshipper Queendalyn Yurglee has released an amazing worship song ‘You are God’ to keep us focused on God and his greatness in difficult times such as this.
The new song produced by Richie Mensah comes with a brilliant and a game-changing video which clearly tells of the vision of the gospel singer and how far she seeks to reach in impactive lives through her music.
Fondly referred to as the ‘Arkbearer’, Queendalyn has worked with renowned gospel artists such as Tim Godfrey, Sonnie Badu, Sammie Okposo, and Hillsong London and has gone through years of learning as far the music ministry is concerned. This is, therefore, her official maiden single.
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BRIEF ABOUT QUEENDALYN
Ethnically hailed from River State Nigeria, she has her personality and roots built from her
strong ties and journey in England, Nigeria, and Ghana.
Born in the 80s, Queendalyn is the youngest of 3 children, as well as the only girl child of her
parents. Trained with strict Christian values, she grew up understanding her calling and her walk
with God was engraved in her journey. Being the only girl amongst brothers, she picked up the zeal to her motto in life which is “work hard to stand out”.
Anointed, Spirit-filled, Smart, eloquent, passionate, selfless, intelligent, self-motivated and
ambitious are just but a few of her many personality traits, she holds an Msc in Business
management, a professional diploma in Music from the Institute of Contemporary Music
Performance and a BSc in Business Administration all from the United Kingdom. She is never
tired of learning and making herself better.
Queen Yurglee started her walk with God at age 13, where she sang in the choir at her local
church (TREM). She later left to become a member of the contemporary gospel group “TIM
Godfrey and The Xtreme Crew” at its inception, after which she worked as a band member for
Award-winning Gospel artists Sammie Okposo, and a member of Sonnie Badu’s band in the UK.
Queen also worked with the likes of Mike Aremu, Segun Obe, Yinka Davies, Lagbaja, Sunny Neji
Through her journey so far she has shared stages with renowned artists such as Angelique
Kidjo, Hugh Masakela, Israel Houghton, Joe Mettle, Kwesi Oteng, Yvonne Chaka–Chaka to
mention a few, she also ventured into fashion catalog modeling and was an ECOWAS Peace
ambassador and Delegate for Miss Ecowas 2010 in Sierre leone.
Before relocating back to Ghana from the UK in 2011, she was an active member of Hillsong
London worship team.