African-American gospel singer, songwriter, choir director, and music minister Micah Stampley has graced the gospel scene for decades, touching lives with his heartfelt worship songs. He is married to fellow gospel singer Heidi Jones and they have been married for 21 years. Jones became his partner in songwriting, soon after he was signed to evangelist T.D. Jakes’ record label.
Over the years Micah Stampley developed a contemporary gospel and praise style that was a combination of R&B, hip-hop, funk and other variety. He turned these into powerful musical statements that won him both critical accolades and an exploding fan base. His debut album, The Songbook of Micah, was released in 2005 and hit number three on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, also appearing on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. This was followed by another album A Fresh Wind. The Second Sound in 2006, Ransomed in 2008, Release Me in 2010, and One Voice in 2011, all on the Music World label, and all charting in the gospel Top 15. His sixth LP, Love Never Fails, appeared in 2013 on EMI Gospel and also hit the gospel chart. Recorded at Oasis Family Life Church in Dallas, Georgia, the live album To the King. Vertical Worship followed in 2016 via Entertainment One Music. It is without a doubt that Micah has upheld the name of God through his various songs accompanied by his rich and compelling voice.
Though with a lot of success to his name and an ever budding ministry, Micah is now mourning the death of his teenage daughter, Mary. With very heavy hearts, the Stampley family announced the passing of their 15 year old daughter, Mary Stampley on October 22. Prayer has been requested for the family as they go through the pain of losing a child at a tender and fragile age.
Robinson also confirmed details in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article which reported that Mary Stampley died after suffering a seizure.
Details of funeral arrangements will be released to the public at the appropriate time. Condolence messages from his ever loving fans have been pouring in to console him and his family over their loss.