Popular American worship leader and recording gospel artist, Micah Stampley known for songs including ‘Heaven on Earth’, ‘Be Lifted’, ‘Holiness’ among others is expected to appear in Uganda.
He will be hosted by Prophet Elvis Mbonye of Zoe Fellowship. The Ministry broke the news of his coming this week saying the 46-year-old will lead multitudes in worship and praise on 1st September, 2018 at Zoe grounds in Kampala, Uganda’s capital.
Stampley has won multiple music awards and been ranked by Billboard magazine among the Top 10 America Gospel Music Artists.
“I am so excited to come to your side of the continent, Uganda. I will be there on 1st September at the Zoe Fellowship grounds. We want to celebrate Prophet Elvis Mbonye and we are super excited about coming,” Micah Stampley remarked in a video.
Entrance to the event is free, however the Ministry calls for early registration at the said venue.
On May 20, 2016, Micah Stampley released his album: “To the King: Vertical Worship”. This album featured hit songs from previous albums as well as fresh sounds like the hit single “Be Lifted” which was named as one of the top hot new songs in 2016 by BlackGospel.com. The album debuted at number 2 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Album Chart.
As USA media reports, the father of five has a multi-octave vocal range spanning from bass-to-first soprano and is well known for that.
He says this about his own voice: “It’s just a sound that God has given me, I think He just kind of fine tuned my vocal chords and gave me this high register. I can sing bass and/or soprano naturally. It’s pretty amazing and to be honest, I can’t explain it. It’s just something that happens whenever I feel the presence of God come over me. I sing at heights that I never thought any man would sing.”
Together with his wife, Heidi Stampley, they are the co-founders of Interface Entertainment and Operation I Believe, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, launched in 2006 with platforms that include humanitarian and outreach initiatives.
Micah Stampley has shared the same stage with Donnie McClurkin and other prominent gospel ministers and preachers including Benny Hinn.
Micah Stampley was born on September 7, 1971 to Richard and Delmarie Stampley. The fifth of eight children, by age seven, he was directing the church choir and teaching vocal arrangements and harmonies. Micah grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.