Welcome to Daneen Wilburn Music
Thank you so much for visiting my website. It is an honor to share my music with all of you. These are really exciting times for me, and you are such a huge part of what makes this journey so special.
My debut studio album production has begun, and I could not be more pleased with our progress. Kamau Kenyatta is doing an exceptional job, and his vision is starting to take form. Some of the most talented musicians/songwriters are a part of this project. No less than three Grammy winners are participating with production, songwriting and instrumentation. I am so blessed to be surrounded by such immense talent.
My hope is that all who hear this album, will be inspired and encouraged. I always say “A song should be both heard and felt”. Truer words could never have been spoken, and those words were spoken by me.
You are my partners in music, and I love you all.
The Making of My Debut Album
I Still Love You
The making of my studio album is an experience of a lifetime. I have the honor and privilege to work with some of the top musicians, producers, and songwriters in the business. I still have a few more days in the studio and expect the project ready to deliver in early 2017. Thank you all for your continued support.I am thrilled that Grammy Award Winner, Kamau Kenyatta, will be heading my project as producer. Kamau Kenyatta, produced jazz singer Gregory Porter’s Liquid Spirit, honored as Best Jazz Vocal CD at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
Added to the project is legendary Motown lyricist Pamela Sawyer. Her song writing credits included “Love Child”, “If I Were Your Woman”, “My Whole World Ended”, and “Love Hangover”.
Also contributing to my studio album is my friend Jaymes Edward Felix, who wrote the title track for my new album, “I Still Love You”. Jaymes is an accomplished, Grammy winning singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. He is also a dear friend. He traveled the world with Andrae Crouch as one of the Disciples and is the voice of the Crouch classic, “We Expect You”.