Stellar Award Winner Lucinda Moore returns to music after 6 year recording hiatus with new contemporary radio single “Walking In My Favor”
After a six year recording hiatus powerful independent gospel recording artist, songwriter, arranger and entrepreneur Lucinda Moore returns to the music industry by making her first official public appearance over the weekend at the annual BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Honors event in Atlanta, GA. Moore’s appearance on the red carpet came with excitement from press as she discussed the anticipation of her long-awaited new radio single “Walking In My Favor.” The song is written by Moore and produced by Cedric Thompson (Heather Headley, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, LeJune Thompson).
Lucinda is primarily known as a traditional gospel singer with a big voice suited for leading large choirs, which includes the vocal prowess of one of her all-time favorite Richard Smallwood songs “Total Praise.” She is now expanding her musical horizon with an all-new contemporary radio single, which is set to impact Gospel radio on January 23rd. “Walking In My Favor” is an upbeat mid-tempo tune that guarantees to have listeners grooving to the prolific sounds and vocals of this Stellar Award winning artist.
A native of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Moore began singing in church in early childhood. By her early teens, she was singing lead in local choirs. Her professional career began a few years later when she netted a position as backing vocalist for one of her influences, the incomporable Tramaine Hawkins; a post she held for five years.