PR — Richmond, TX — Stellar Award nominated artist Alexis Spight has cracked the Gospel Top 30 with “All The Glory.” Longtime viewers of BET’s hit reality television Gospel singing competition Sunday Best will be well-versed with Spight‘s quest for stardom in her own right. Fast forward two and a half years since her appearance on the show and it looks like Spight is onto a hit with new single “All The Glory.” After only 4 weeks of being on Billboard Gospel’s Most Added List Spight’s new single “All The Glory” has debuted on the Billboard Gospel Top Singles Charts. An incredible feat on a number of fronts, “All The Glory” is the first single released on her new label Uncle G Records. Spight teamed up with her manager Greg “Uncle G” Lyons after her time on Season 5 of BET’s Sunday Best and the rest has been history!
Alexis says, “Wow… It’s amazing what God will do when you activate your faith!!! I’m so grateful for the success of my new single “All the glory” being charted on billboard in a short 4 weeks on my brand new label “Uncle G Records”! To God be alllll the glory!!! Special thanks to Everybody at radio!!! Thank you for giving me a CHANCE! To the hardest working person in the world, my Uncle G, I love you so much!!! Last but not least to all my family, friends & loyal supporters; you inspire me!!! Thank you!!!”
Furthermore, she adds “I’m so excited to be back in the studio working on my sophomore album “Dear Diary”! Working with some of the best producers, & writing a lot more! I can’t wait to show all my colors as an artist this project.”
I’m so excited and humbled from the response we have received at radio and media. As you know I’ve worked in the industry for several years and have charted songs for several artist in different genres for several labels. But this one is very special to me. It’s the first one to make the Billboard Charts on my new label Uncle G Records. I can’t begin to tell you how grateful my family and I are. We really appreciate your prayers, well wishes, and support. –Uncle G
ABOUT ALEXIS SPIGHT:
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Alexis Spight is the oldest of five children and comes from a musical and church family. Her father is a guitarist, singer, and preacher, along with her uncle and grandfather. When she was only eight years old, she formed a singing group with her sisters and performed around the Buffalo area and in various parts of New York. With her fiery red hair and golden voice, Alexis was a favorite contestant of both the judges and audience during Season Five of BET’s Sunday Best, where she was named runner-up. The 21-year-old singer/songwriter completed recording her first album, ‘L.O.L.: Living Out Loud,’ which was released on March 12, 2013 through Music World Gospel. The album debuted at No. 3 in the country, and 18 weeks after release, ‘L.O.L.’ reached No. 1. ‘L.O.L.’ landed her Stellar Award nominations in two categories; “New Artist of the Year” and “Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year”. Her first released single, “Imagine Me,” is her take on a song by Sunday Best host Kirk Franklin, which she performed on the show. She is under the management of Greg “Uncle G” Lyons’ Uncle G Promotions and Entertainment. In July 2014, Alexis inked a new record deal with Uncle G Records where she will release her upcoming sophomore album, ‘Dear Diary.’
ABOUT GREG “UNCLE G” LYONS:
Greg “Uncle G” Lyons, president and CEO of Uncle G Promotions and Entertainment, is an invisible and invincible force behind the success of a wide range of artists in popular music, from R&B/rap to gospel music. Widely recognized throughout the industry for his extraordinary success in promoting and marketing a diverse range of recording artists, his full service company also offers radio promotions, artist management, and concert and church bookings. Lyons worked with the Music World roster including Le’Andria Johnson, Brian Courtney Wilson, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Micah Stampley, Joshua Rogers, and Elder Goldwire McLendon to name a few. In July 2014, Lyons launched Uncle G Records signing his first artist, Alexis Spight. Lyons thanks his wife Tiesha and his three kids Gregory, Amor, and Amir.