Anthony Brown began playing the piano when he was three years old. Since then, Brown has gone on to hone and elevate his gifts to become an unparalleled talent, music influencer, and gifted songwriter. His style and creative abilities are seen in everything he touches as a songwriter, vocal director, producer, worship leader, and singer.
Anthony Brown (along with his group, group therAPy) emerged as a breakthrough artist when he released their self-titled freshman album “Anthony Brown & group therAPy” in 2012. The album earned his first (11) Stellar Award nominations and a Dove Award nomination. Brown went on to win (2) Stellar Awards for Best Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year and Best Group Duo of the Year. The freshman project was propelled by his first Number 1 song “Testimony,” which was named by Billboard Magazine as the longest running Top 10 Gospel Radio Single in 2013.
Brown continued to strengthen his brand and presence in the gospel music industry and released his second album, “Everyday Jesus,” in 2015 which earned him unprecedented accolades in his young career. “Everyday Jesus,” generated Anthony’s first Grammy® Award nomination, (3) Billboard Music Award nominations and a BET Award nomination. Not only did the album break sales and radio records, Brown went on to make history that year when he received and won (10) Stellar Awards. Sweeping the 2016 Stellar Awards, Brown walked away with 10 trophies, the most won by any artist in a single year. Among the top recognitions include Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year for his massive single, “Worth.”
“Worth” captured the hearts of listeners around the world. The song was the Number 1 Gospel single for over 27 weeks and topped the gospel digital singles chart for several weeks. Supported by a handful of national television appearances and performances, “Worth” has been heralded as one of the best and most important Gospel songs of our time and continues to impact all who listen to it.
Brown continued to elevate his creativity and musical vision with the release of his third and arguably his best album, “A Long Way From Sunday,” on July 28, 2017. The Project debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums Chart and has been a bright spot for the gospel genre.