With seven Mary Mary albums under her belt, Erica Campbell spreads her wings flying solo for the first time in 2013. Having spent 13 years as part of the groundbreaking duo Mary Mary, Erica fearlessly takes a step in a new direction.

  The new direction is a bold one that forges a new path and journey for Erica Campbell, opening up a world of possibilities rooted in her desire to expose her heart and soul through music.

  Where there were two, it is now one voice that stands alone revealing all of Campbell’s emotions, desires and sentiments. For Erica, musical messages are universal. “We all want to inspire, to connect people to God, to encourage them and to see people delivered. But the distinctive nature [on my project] will be people hearing just my voice and hearing the heart of who I am, which is a little bit different from Mary Mary.”

  Her heart is what drives her. She is passionate about people. Reaching them, hearing and understanding their stories, praying for and loving them, it is what ultimately makes Erica’s music relevant and relatable.
  “I have a serious heart for people. I care about the wounded, the broken hearted people, the downtrodden. I’m a regular girl trying to reach regular people with an extraordinary message: that God cares.” Her first single, the upbeat and powerful “A Little More Jesus” is exactly that - Campbell tapping into what people are feeling and thinking. She unites us with her honesty and enthusiasm.

  The current single, "Help," the title track performed with Atlanta artist, Lecrae, is #5 this week on Billboard's Gospel Music charts.

  “I have a job to do … I want to bring the gospel to all aspects of the world. I want to use the platform to bring it to the people on the corner, outside of church,” said Erica.

  While continuing to tour as Mary Mary and filming her WEtv reality show, Erica began work on her first solo project, Help, which will be released on My Block Inc./eOne on March 25th. The debut will showcase Erica’s individual creative sound and artistry. She continues to hone her writing skills on the project as well as work with longtime collaborator, partner & husband Warryn Campbell.