Alexis Spight’s debut single from BET Sunday Best runner-up Alexis Spight is now available on iTunes. The highly anticipated release of Steady comes to the delight of fans nationwide. Spight has developed a core fan base since the August 2012 season finale of the show that made her a household name, BET’s Sunday Best. At 18 years old, Spight along with the show’s winner that year, Joshua Rogers, was the youngest to make it that far in the competition.
The industry welcomed Spight with excitement awaiting what was ahead of the young singer. Spight quickly got to work on an album full of original material on her new label home, Music World Gospel and has been working hard ever since. Steady is also the song behind Spight’s debut music video, set to premiere on Interactive One, Monday, February 11th. The video has already garnered excitement – Spight gave Yolanda Adams Morning Show listeners/viewers a sneak peak earlier this year. Both the single and video are leading up to the release of Spight’s debut full length album, due in stores March 2013.
Well, she has decided to come to Elev8.com and take us on her adventure.
Here is her first post just for you:
Hello Everybody!!! First allow me to thank all of you for your support of all my endeavors that the Lord has enabled me to embark upon!!! Especially my newest single “Steady” recently being played on iTunes! Thank you for purchasing it! I pray that it is a blessing to you.
Furthermore I sincerely want to thank you for all of your prayers, words of wisdom, and even your criticisms! None of it is ever ignored; I never want anything I do, personally, or in ministry, to be offensive… ethnicallly, gender wise, age wise; none of that; but my prayer is that the ministry God has given me crosses all barriers, and that every time someone sees “Alexis Spight” on a stage, at a podium, or in the street, they are reminded that you can be as different as you want to be and still love God; You dont have to fit into the box that “church people” (not kingdom folk) or even society tries to enforce; The Lord said to Samuel about David, “Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.”