Myshel releases music video for empowering single ‘Royal Roar’

Myshel Wilkins the US based prolific speaker and music artist released her latest single and music video titled ‘Royal Roar’ earlier on this year. Myshel Wilkins’ new music is a clarion call to the Esther generation to rise up and unleash their greatness. ‘Royal Roar’ is a message to believers worldwide. This new song is a game changer for women especially.

‘Royal Roar’ is a song that draws inspiration from Esther 4:14, reminding us to embrace our true identity in Christ. This music video takes you on a journey of empowerment and courage. Join us as we explore the depths of faith and self-discovery, echoing the timeless message of Esther’s bravery in the face of adversity.

Let the triumphant sounds of ‘Royal Roar’ ignite your spirit and embolden you to stand tall in the light of your divine purpose.


Myshel is a beautiful, multi-gifted woman who uses every one of her gifts to encourage people all around the globe! A recording artist, prolific speaker, devoted wife, and mother. Originally from Frankfort KY, she traveled with her missionary father and Ghanaian mother to various countries speaking and leading worship from an early age. She later moved to Nashville TN and after college, she entered the Christian music arena vocally supporting many household names. She’s toured singing background with Don Moen, Matthew West, TobyMac, and Mandisa.

Opportunities opened for Myshel to speak at various retreats and conferences in addition to leading worship. Her mentor, Cece Winans, is quoted as saying, “It’s a blessing to see what God is doing in the younger generation! Myshel is truly an anointed young woman and to experience her ministry is life-changing.”

Myshel and her husband Michael moved to Dallas TX and currently attend Upper Room ministries. She currently sings on Beth Moore’s Worship team for the Living Proof events and continues to serve the exploited and underserved through missions in several countries.

Myshel graduated from Tennessee State University where she received her degree in Political Science. She was crowned “Miss TSU” and in the same year won the prestigious national title of “Miss National Black Hall of Fame.” She received her Masters of Organizational Leadership from The Kings University Seminary in Southlake, TX.

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