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

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


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 No. 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 No. 17 on the Top Gospel Albums and No. 35 on the Top Heatseekers. His single "I Won't Give Up" charted No. 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


  1. ^ "Artist Search for "percy bady"". AllMusic. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  2. ^ [1][dead link]

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