Alexis Spight is formally known as the fiery young red-haired, three-time Stellar Award Winning, NAACP Image Awards, and Grammy Award considered Gospel recording artist from Houston TX. After coming just short of the crown for BET’s television singing competition series, “Sunday Best”, Alexis was signed to Music World Gospel. Furthermore, she released her freshman album “L.O.L. (Living Out Loud), debuting at #3 on Gospel Billboard Charts. Just months after “L.O.L.” released the blazing album reached #1 in the country. Alexis’ first single’s from L.O.L., “Imagine Me”, (Kirk Franklin remake) and self-written hit single “Steady”, remained on Gospel’s top 100/ Gospel Billboard Charts consecutively for over 20 weeks, landing her first two Stellar nominations for “Contemporary Female Vocalist of the year” and “New Artist of the Year”.
In 2015, Alexis released her third hit single “All the Glory”, which God blessed to remain in the top ten on Gospel Billboard charts as the only female vocalist for several weeks. Following the God-favored success of “All the Glory”, Spight released her sophomore project “Dear Diary”, debuting at #2 in the country. Ms. Spight’s latest single entitled “It Will Be Alright” from her sophomore project. More recently during the summer of 2016 the hit single climbed back to #7 on Gospel Billboard charts, even after a year’s release. Alexis attributes the success God has given her to God’s unmerited favor, and the will to be tenacious in ones fight through challenges.
After overcoming adversities like homelessness, insecurities, material losses, and consecutive deaths, above all else, Alexis aspires to encourage, uplift, inspire, and provoke change through the message of sound God has given her, while reminding the outcast that they are not cast out. Alexis is currently prepping for the release of her highly anticipated live recording titled “All Is Not Lost” held in Detroit Michigan September 12, 2017.