Percy Bady

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Percy Bady
Also known asBad Bady
GenresGospel, R&B, Soul, Pop
Occupation(s)Singer, musician, songwriter, producer
InstrumentsKeyboards, Vocals
Years active1975 - present
Associated actsR. Kelly, Whitney Houston, Michelle Williams, Dionne Warwick, Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond, Marvin Sapp, Smokie Norful, Donnie McClurkin, The Winans, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Donald Lawrence

Percy Bady is an American singer, keyboardist, arranger, producer and composer.


While often regarded as one of the main figures in modern Gospel & R&B music, Bady has been involved in 26 platinum and gold records. In 2003, he released his first solo album, The Percy Bady Experience, which reached #22 on the Top Gospel Albums.

In 2012, he signed a record deal with Marantha! Music. In 2013, he released his second solo album, Kingdom Inspirations, which charted #17 on the Top Gospel Albums and #35 on the Top Heatseekers. His single I Won't Give Up charted #22 the same year.[1] In 2014, he gained a Grammy Award nomination for his song Still (feat. Lowell Pye) in the category Best Gospel Song.[2]

As a singer, musician, producer, arranger and composer, he has worked with R. Kelly, Whitney Houston, Michelle Williams, Dionne Warwick, Yolanda Adams, Michael McDonald, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin as well as Marvin Sapp.



  • 2003 - The Percy Bady Experience
  • 2013 - Kingdom Inspirations


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