While living in Japan 1996-2007 (Tokyo, Shizuoka, and Osaka) Donyale also sung background vocals for Japan's most popular actor and recording artist Yuji Oda and Def Jam's number #1 hip hop and R& B artist of Japan "AI" along with England’s Recording R& B Artists Jackie Graham Sony Music and Elisha La’Verne, Avex Inc. Donyale is the voice of Japan's TV commercials such as Draft One Beer "The Tide is High" and Crystal Geyser Water "Oh Baby I Love Your Way", just to name a few. She co-wrote one of Japan's popular TV show songs titled "Wave Up" (2006).
Highlights of Donyale’s career includes performances such as, “The G8 Summit, Savannah GA 2004)”, performing in the gospel workshop choir for “Pastor Donnie McClurkin (2007) Japan, performing as a lead vocalist in the gospel choir for the “Michael Jackson's VIP Japan Party (2007),”and making her very first acting debut in the off Broadway musical play "You Betta Put That Woman First" written by “Mr. David Payton (2007-2008).”
Donyale is always gracious in helping others with words of encouragement. A few of her most noted quotes are: "Put God first and everything you could imagine for you - will happen",
"Without faith life is meaningless". Just keep trying”! And never give up, never give in".
Donyale is also known to be a humanitarian by volunteering the gift of her voice to local and national organizations events such as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) Senior Citizen’s Christmas parties (Atlanta), and the Re-recording of the R & B hit “Love Train” by the Mighty O’Jays on a Charity CD forThe Christian Action Outreach for Refugees (Hong Kong, 2011) and in 2013 she volunteered on a project which was one of the most inspiring projects
of her life for Nick Vujicic and the Life Without Limbs organization. When she is off the road and at home in Atlanta she loves to volunteer with Hosea Feed the Hungry.
2016 Donyale released her dance hit single "Overdose" through her own independent label JesNik Entertainment Group, which Is rising up the dance charts.
Donyale's vocal charisma can be as smooth as Diana Ross, as powerful as Whitney Houston or Celine Dion, dynamic as Beyonce' strong as Tina Turner, and as soulful as the great Aretha Franklin or Natalie Cole. But before it's all over many will be compared to Donyale Renee.