Erica Campbell


Multi-Grammy Award-winning and Nationally Syndicated Radio Host, Erica Campbell, is one of the most respected inspirational recording artists in music. She has released two solo albums as well as seven albums with her sister as part of the dynamic duo “Mary Mary.” Campbell has received numerous awards and accolades. Her debut solo album, “Help,” won a 2015 Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album as well as eight Stellar Awards. Last year, she made a strong return with the release of her single, “Positive.” The powerful record earned Campbell her first solo #1 Billboard Gospel Airplay chart placement along with a 2023 Grammy Nomination for Best Gospel Song Performance, a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Gospel/Christian Song and three Stellar Award nominations. She continues in her success releasing another #1 Billboard Gospel Airplay song, an upbeat and hope-filled anthem titled “Feel Alright (Blessed)”.

In addition to her dynamic music career, Campbell celebrated a 7-year milestone as the host of nationally syndicated radio show “Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell.” It can be heard weekdays 6am-10am EST in about 40 markets via Reach Media/Radio One, while ministering internationally.

Erica Campbell is the author of the book “More Than Pretty: Doing the Soul Work that Uncovers Your True Beauty” which is available now. In the book, Campbell speaks to women of all shapes and sizes, demonstrating that true beauty is found not in external appearances, but in celebrating the person God made you to be.

Campbell is married to Grammy Award-winning producer and pastor of California Worship Center, Warryn Campbell II, and they have three children — Krista, Warryn III and Zaya.

Be sure to download, stream or purchase her new album “I Love You” releasing September 15, 2023 via My Block Inc./The SRG-ILS Group. Connect with Erica Campbell on social media platforms at @imericacampbell.


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