DOE Announces New Album “Heart of a Human” and Releases Single “Right Where You Are”

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Six-time GRAMMY nominee and two-time GMA Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter DOE has unveiled her latest project, “Heart of a Human,” which is now available for pre-order/pre-save. As a testament to her personal journey, the album delves into themes of mental health and the profound impact of walking with the Holy Spirit. DOE’s new single, “Right Where You Are,” is now streaming, offering a glimpse into the soul-stirring musical journey that awaits listeners.

“Heart of a Human” holds a special place in DOE’s heart, as it reflects her personal experiences with mental health and her unwavering connection with the Holy Spirit. In her own words, “It is a love letter that I hope blesses you.” The album is a testament to DOE’s versatility and depth as an artist, showcasing heartfelt lyrics and soulful melodies that resonate with faith, self-reflection, and resilience.

The release of “Heart of a Human” follows DOE’s previous successes, including her self-titled EP, which featured the No. 1 singles “Brighter,” “When I Pray,” and “Cun Bueno.” Her music has garnered over 36 million streams and has been recognized for its intuitive lyrics and soul-captivating sound. “Right Where You Are” is a powerful addition to DOE’s musical repertoire, offering a glimpse into the soul-stirring journey that awaits listeners in her upcoming album.

DOE’s impact extends beyond her music, as she continues to inspire and uplift audiences with her faith-filled lyrics and heartfelt melodies. Her dedication to crafting authentic and resonant music has earned her recognition as a six-time GRAMMY nominee and two-time GMA Dove Award winner. Her upcoming album, “Heart of a Human,” is poised to further solidify her position as a leading voice in the gospel/inspirational music scene.

Osafo Daniel
Osafo is the Co-Founder of Gospel Chapter. Beyond his editorial role he does PR, Digital Marketing, Web Development and SEO

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