Who is Alycia-Levels Moore?
Alycia Levels-Moore, making strides to contiune to live by her mantra "Live to Inspire."
Early on in life, her mother, who at the time was a church choir director, dicovered Levels' talent at the tender age of six years old. While accompanying her mother during adult choir rehearsals Alycia would interrupt rehearsals and sing as if she was an adult in the choir. While Levels was enrolled at Tuskegee University her passion for singing continued when she became a member of the Tuskegee University Golden Voices Concert Choir and the University's Glee Club. As a freshman she won the B.E.T. Black College Tour showcase for her university and was featured on T.V. commercials for the HBCU's college tour segment on B.E.T.
This would only propel her to be accepted into the Italian Opera Study Abroad program for formal training where she traveled, performed, and lived in Pisa, Italy performing classical and opera music.
Alycia later traveled with the senational Alabama Gospel Choir on a tour through Europe's historic opera venues including Portugal, Spain, and Italy promoting her single "Joy" and her debut album P.U.S.H.
Alycia released her debut album entitled P.U.S.H (Pray Until Something Happens). Where her hist single "Joy" made its radio on Atlanta's KISS 104.1 FM with Tawanda Black and several other stations across the country.
Since the album's release Alycia has worshipped through song to churches and conferences in Boston, Philadelphia, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Virgina, Chicago, and Tennesse. Levels has been nominated for two Gospel Choice Awards including , "Best New Artist" and "Song of the Year" for her single "Joy". Levels won the award for "Best New Artist." She is also the first performer in the history of the Gospel Choice Awards to ever grace the stage as a "Best New Artist" nominee. Her album P.U.S.H went on to snag a nomination by the Crunk 4 Christ Radio Rhythm and Praise Awards for "Album of the Year."
With the release of her latest project More Fight
Levels-Moore has opened up for artists such as Vickie Winans, Byron Cage, Kirk Franklin, and Anthony Brown.