2011 marked a new kind of New Year for Charlotte, North Carolina based artist and producer Dae-Lee.
At the start of the 2011 Dae-Lee launched a newly redesigned Web site to connect fans and followers to his voyage through the “good” that he believes the Lord is allowing things to work together for, which Romans 8:28 speaks about.1
Among those things are being laid off from his job of seven years and being involved in a devastating car accident. The “good,” as he exclaims via his Web site, includes the opportunities those things presented for him to better appreciate life and health, to pursue a long time goal of “FULL TIME MUSIC,” and to have even more confidence in God’s Word as He orders our steps.
As God continues to orchestrate Dae-Lee’s life throughout 2011, he will develop www.dae-lee.com as an autobiographical documentary Web site, but not as a tribute to himself or his accomplishments. He states very clearly in the ‘Dae Who?’ section of the site that its primary purpose is testimonial (i.e. documenting personal and experiential evidence of God’s love, grace and faithfulness).2 He prays that readers will be drawn, encouraged and changed by the transparency of the message and the music.
A first for Dae-lee in music, planned for 2011, is his debut full length album. The album is set to feature tracks courtesy of his Production Company, Jehovah Jireh Production, LLC, as well as new artists with whom he’s partnered in their development. His latest single, Reminisce 2010 chronicles some of the events, experiences and memories for Dae-Lee in 2010 that served as crucial moments for faith, fellowship and family. This single is available via Free Download once you’ve signed up for the Dae-Lee newsletter.
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1 Romans 8:28 scripture reference (Amplified Bible) “We are assured and know that [God being a partner in their labor] all things work together and are [fitting into a plan] for good to and for those who love God and are called according to [His] design and purpose.”
2 Psalm 78:4 & Psalm 107:22 scripture references (Amplified Bible), respectively “…tell to the generation to come the praises of the LORD, And His strength and His wondrous works that He has done”; “… And tell of His works with joyful singing.