Multi-Award Winning Gospel Recording Artist
The Ministry and Worshipper
Multi-Award winning Gospel Recording Artist Danielle Sunny Bryant is a singer, songwriter, preacher, and college graduate. A native of Cumberland County, New Jersey, she attended Vineland Public Schools graduating at the top twenty percentile of her senior class. She is the worship leader at her local church, Christlike Ministries of Deliverance, Incorporated. Danielle’s musical background not only includes gospel, but such genres as jazz, classical, and opera. Danielle grew up singing in her local church choir and on praise and worship teams. She then moved on to singing in various school choruses like the Vineland High School Select Choir and Madrigal Singers. During her four years at Vineland Senior High, Danielle auditioned for the VHS Select Choir, and was selected to sing on the prestigious, award-winning chorus. Later that same year, Danielle also auditioned for the Madrigal group and was also selected. Her active participation in these choral groups allowed her to travel and sing at various country club events, school competitions, and holiday concerts. It is Danielle’s powerful, “churchy” tone that brings the church to listeners every time they hear her sing- almost placing them in the middle of a Sunday worship service.
After her graduation, Danielle went on to pursue higher education, specializing in Criminal Justice Studies, while working in the music ministry at her local church with choir and praise and worship teams.
The Professional Journey
Danielle has had the opportunity to sing with gospel recording artists, Duranice Pace, June Pace-Martin, and Phyllis Pace, of The Anointed Pace Sisters. In June of 2010, God blessed Danielle with an opportunity to sing background at her first live recording, for Apostle Linda Henry. The concert also featured the renowned gospel legend, Dorothy Norwood. Danielle has also appeared on the Bobby Jones New artist showcase in 2011, and has shared the stage on various musical platforms with artists such as Jekalyn Carr, Vashawn Mitchell, and Bishop Paul S. Morton; to name a few. In 2015, Danielle started her new project titled, “I Believe God,” working with producers Jerald Bryant and Sanchez Harley. In July of 2016, Danielle had the privilege of singing amongst gospel greats such as Dr. Leonard Scott of Tyscott Records, Ricky Dillard and New Generation, Jermaine Dolly, Maurette Brown-Clark, Amy Rushes, Anthony Brown and Group Therapy, and most recently opened for Jekalyn Carr, Kefia Rollerson, and Johnathan Nelson. Danielle has also sung background for artists Johnathan Nelson, Le’Andria Johnson, Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, James Fortune, and Pastor Charles Jenkins.
Returning to her love for choir music, Danielle joined the Philadelphia chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA), in September 2017. She later joined the Contemporary Adult Division (CAD). As a CAD and GMWA member, Danielle performed with the chapter in the 2017 6 ABC Thanksgiving Day Parade, the 2018 Philadelphia Inaugural Ceremony, as well as the 2018 Festival of Praise tour (Philadelphia) as a background vocalist.
Danielle released several singles including “I Believe God,” produced by Jerald Bryant and award-winning producer, Sanchez Harley, “Live On Purpose,” an upbeat melodic song the encourages people to live their best life to “Don’t Give Up,” a song with simple words telling us all not to give up on God. Danielle is a recipient of the 2018 Pearl Awards for praise and worship artist. She is the proud 2019 recipient of three Rhythm of Gospel Awards and works diligently to broaden her ministry to reach more individuals through her message of praise. Danielle has been nominated in five categories for the 2020 Rhythm of Gospel Awards as well as first-round ballot nominee for the 2020 Dove Awards for her hit singles “Don’t Give Up” and “Live On Purpose.” Danielle is currently working on her new single "Trust In the Lord" produced by Jerald Bryant and Jawad Mills of Icon Recording Studios.
Danielle’s passion for singing comes from the inspiration and training of her mother, Apostle Darlene Bryant. To this day, Danielle is grateful for the afternoons her mother spent with her, teaching her vocal ranges, gospel hymns, and also instilling the word of God in her. In addition, Danielle thanks her youngest brother, Pastor Jerald Bryant, for his musical compositions and arrangements. Together, the two are a dynamic force, whether it’s through music or preaching God’s word.