She has a sincere love for God, and love for people, and using her love for music to touch listeners from all walks of life” New York City, New York.
Gospel reggae singer Josian Maybury of Josian Ministries is excited to share her brand new music video “Victory” via YouTube. Born and raised in Jamaica and now living in Bermuda, Josian Ministries tells stories of praise, sacrifice and eternal love for God in her uplifting new video. “I am victorious, I am a child of God” proclaims Josian over a tight beat and declamatory background shouts.
The video and the music are produced by the multi-talented producer Donald Robinson of Near Future Media, who has masterfully blended the glorious yet unrelenting message of the lyrics with a marching beat and militaristic visuals. The video opens with Josian donning full military uniform marching down a landing base to the sound of drums resembling an impending helicopter.
The tension is built up until the first notes of the melody hit. The larger-than-life strings and energetic military drums immediately transform the mood and drive the message of victory to the listener.
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Josian Maybury had to walk through the throes of personal tragedy to find her way to this latest release. After enjoying a musical upbringing Josian all but gave up music when she became pregnant at a young age. Many years later, she found herself divorced and asking God what is her purpose in life.
Simultaneously suffering from a debilitating undiagnosed illness, Josian all but lost hope until one night she saw herself sing in a dream. Waking up the next morning Josian knew God has given her purpose, and she began working on her debut album Speak To Me Lord.
Following a great reception of Josian Ministries debut album, things were looking up. Josian was hard at work recording her follow-up “Victory” at the studio with Donald Robinson, when the call came: her 7 year-old son was hit by a car and at the hospital. That night in the hospital room the lyrics and the meaning of the song came to Josian. “Victory” represents triumph over tragedy and believing that God will answer your prayers. Josian’s son was able to leave to the hospital shortly after with only minor bruises.