Published On August 12, 2017 | By Raphael Baker | Power
Dayanna Redic, like so many great singers today, began singing at a very young age amongst a family of singers in church. A Bay Area native, Dayanna is currently Worship Leader for Friendship MBC in Vallejo, CA and The Rock Church in Pittsburg, CA. Dayanna is recording a studio album that will give a glimpse into the transparent experience of a talented young girl growing up and facing life’s challenges and successes.
Her first single addresses an issue most common in young females – adolescent insecurities of physical appearance. Many girls and women struggle with self-doubt, anxiety and depression brought on from peer pressure and society’s influences of what physical ‘beauty’ looks like. These unrealistic definitions of beauty can also affect any age, race or gender for various reasons.
Dayanna penned a song to share her personal experience of being told she did not look like other pretty girls- and her faith and overcoming the words that used to devastate her. “I’m Not What You See” is her song of victory in becoming a beautiful woman of purpose today who is empowering and leading others to a life of confidence and promise.
“I wrote this song as a self-assurance based on adolescent insecurities that still haunt me every now and then. Every line is reflection of my thoughts growing up,” Dayanna shares. “It’s actually kind of amazing to me how transparent and vulnerable I became while writing it. My hope for this song is that it encourages every person who hears it to see themselves through the love of our Creator, no matter their insecurities.”
Through her music, Dayanna is an advocate for seeing others walk in the fullness of God’s power. In addition, she works diligently as a mentor and stands on the firm foundation of her salvation, living her life boldly in the freedom of God.
“I’m Not What You See” is available on digital music outlets and should be shared with anyone fighting any area of self-doubt. – The Bellamy Group