Local artist to release new music

Gospel singer Alicia Bailey is set to release her new single entitled “Worship that Name” later this month.

Local artist to release new music
March 07
08:42 2019

Gospel singer Alicia Bailey is set to release her new single entitled “Worship that Name” later this month. The single is in advance of her new full-length album, “Worshiper,” that will be released during the summer.

Since she is a fairly new artist, Bailey and her camp felt it was best if she released a single prior to the entire album being available to drum up support for her project.  

“My sound is praise and worship,” Bailey said about her style of music. “I like traditional gospel and that sort of music, but for the most part, all of my music is praise and worship.”

Bailey has been singing all her life, she said. She comes from a long line of singers and is related to legendary gospel artist Shirley Caesar.

“Our family sings and this has been in the making for a while, but God just brought it to the forefront in 2018,” she said. “This project is about authentic worship and just reverence in God.”

Bailey is not new to recording music, however. She released a single last year titled “He’s Here.” She says she learned a lot putting that single together, which benefitted her during this current album.

All the songs on the album were written and arranged by Bailey. She worked with Chris and Rodney Coleman to produce the album.

She is overjoyed with excitement about having people hear her music.

“For me, the excitement is to be able to see people worship to my music and give God the glory and praise that He truly deserves,” she said.

Bailey also started her own record label with her husband, Alicmo Records. She wanted to start the label because that gives her the flexibility to make her own music the way she wanted to make it.

“If people just begin to worship God, then amazing things begin to happen,” she said when asked what she hopes people take away from the album. “That’s what the whole album is talking about, it’s about worshipping God. People don’t want phony church or phony worship, they want to really receive from God.”

Her music can be seen or purchased on all digital platforms such as iTunes, YouTube, and Rhapsody, for example. Bailey also said she would be eager to come to individual churches to spread the word. For more information, please visit

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