Founder and president of the GMWA, the late Reverend James Cleveland in New Orleans, presented her to the gospel world at a very young age. Since that time, she has been a featured soloist on two GMWA albums, and featured soloist on the Mississippi Mass Choir album with the late Rev. James Moore, singing â€œHave Faith in God".
She sang and has appeared in opening performances for Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Vickie Winans, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Richard Smallwood, Rance Allen, Dorinda Clarke-Cole, Karen Clarke-Sheard, Darryl Coley just to name a few.
Other accolades include, nominated for songwriter of the year, Runner-up for female vocalist of the year, sang â€œThe National Anthemâ€ for the Mavericks game, a featured soloist on ClichÃ©s (Greg Oâ€™Quin) singing â€œUnh-Unhâ€, Pastor Clay Evans Project on Meeks Records,â€ Take It To The Bridge", National Baptist Convention, Rhema Conferences, Ministry 2000, toured Germany for 2 months, and other well-known assemblies and gatherings. These appearances were followed by a whirlwind of numerous guest appearances and other featured soloist invitations. A musician, songwriter in her own right, Gaye is also a vocal coach and enjoys functioning as a workshop clinician.
Her music career catapulted immensely and quickly; and during this time, she began to gain national recognition and fame. Most importantly, she has released her album, recorded "live" in Dallas, Texas and produced by B&G Records entitled, "Miracles and Blessing". With her self-entitled release, "Gaye", this sophomore recording artist brings a flare of style to the music industry that transcends being label as "just gospel."
Check out the artist's website:
1. I've Got a Savior
3. Miracles & Blessings
4. Guide Me O' Thou Great Jehovah
6. All On the Altar
7. Down Deep
11. Miracles & Blessings (reprise)