MAURETTE BROWN CLARK
Multiple Award Winner, Maurette Brown Clark is one of the Gospel music industry’s sweethearts. With four chart topping albums credited to her career, Maurette is yet remaining true and authentic to her sound, grace and call.
With her first Stellar Gospel Music Award win in 2000 for Best New Artist for her first album “How I Feel”, she has remained consistent in producing that relevant and relatable Gospel music sound. Subsequent albums have garnered additional Stellar Award wins and Dove (GMA) Award nominations.
The praise and worship anthem “One God” and “It Ain’t Over (Until God Says It’s Over)” were chart topping songs released on her 2007 release entitled The Dream. Both songs were Top 10 songs on the Billboard Gospel Charts for many months, with the entire project receiving the Stellar Award for Praise and Worship Album of the Year. In 2011, she released The Sound of Victory, with the lead single “I Hear the Sound of Victory” becoming the #17 Gospel Song of the Year charted by Billboard Magazine.
Her single “King Oh King” (March 2015), as well as her latest single “I Want God” (April 2019) both garnered Top 15 Billboard Gospel Chart success. Plans are underway for a full project later this year.
As a business owner, she is the the founder of Nettie’s Child Music and Management, LLC, a booking and management consulting company that provides services for Grammy Nominated artist Anthony Brown and Group TherAPy, along with other national artists.
A recent addition to the Philly's Favor family (100.7 FM/99.5 FM HD3), she can be heard hosting live from 10am-3pm, Monday – Friday, EST.
Additionally, she now serves as Worship Leader at her home church, the Bethel A.M.E. Church in Baltimore, Maryland, where her pastor is Dr. Patrick Clayborn.
She happily maintains her status as a member of Richard Smallwood's choir, Vision.
This singer/songwriter/producer/radio personality/musician/worship leader/wife and mom knows that with God, nothing is impossible and her life and music are a testimony to that fact.
(edited February 2021)