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Bubbling Under: American Singer Myron Williams Performs Glowreeyah’s “Miracle Worker” Produced By Wilson Joel (@Glowreeyah @Wilsonjoel)

by Ifemidayo OdekunleMay 10, 2015

The song which came to Glowreeyah Braimah few weeks before the release of her “God Alone” video and which was born out of an ordeal she and her family encountered – “Miracle Worker,” featuring Nathaniel Bassey and produced by Wilson Joel – has continued to birth awesome testimonies from healing to restoration, hope to breakthrough.

Topping the list recently is the spirit lifting performance of the song by the singer, producer &president of Flow Records in Dallas, Texas, Myron Williams. Myron performed the song alongside the Flow singers.


Myron is credited for producing some of the major names in the American Gospel music including
T.D. Jakes, Kim Burrell, Marvin Sapp, DFW Mass Choir, Karen Clark-Sheard, and former Flow Records artist Juanita Bynum of which he produced 7 chart topping CD’s. His first release on Flow Records “Made to Worship” debuted at #9 on the Billboard Gospel Charts, and stayed in the top 10 for several weeks.

Both Glowreeyah and Wilson Joel are elated about the use of the song by such a renowned personality in the Gospel music. Glowreeyah has also hinted that the video for the song is in the works and will be released soon.

Watch the performance below:

Ifemidayo Odekunle
I am strongly choleric (ambitious and leader-like), yet deeply sanguine (pleasure-seeking and sociable). I smile always, that most times people love me simply because of that. I’m a hopeless romantic with a very practical streak. I love getting things done and internally motivated to succeed. I value relationships, honour, truth, wisdom and purpose. I’m in love with God, moral talks and can carry on a conversation thread all day in which thirst for learning drives me, while multitasking.

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