Get to Know Naomi B.


Naomi B. is an acclaimed and anointed gospel music recording artist, songwriter, worship leader, actress, and empowerment speaker. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Naomi has continued to gain praise and respect as one of the industry's most promising rising stars. Her powerful yet soothing sound captures your attention while imparting hope and inspiration. And her music, passionately expressive and rhythmical, is yet personally reflective.

A graduate of Morgan State University, Naomi's musical gifts became apparent during childhood when she began song-writing and performing in her community. Notoriously known as 'the girl who sings', Naomi organized singing groups, worship teams, and choirs within the organizations she was affiliated with, even as a teenager. Her vocal experience includes rhythm & blues and jazz -- but in 2006, she vowed to use her voice as an instrument through which
"God can communicate His desire to have an intimate relationship with each and every person he placed on the earth."

In 2015, Naomi pinned and released the beautiful ballad, "Holding On", a song of hope that encourages listeners to cling to God during times of trouble. The ballad unveils a transparency of emotions while inspiring one to remember that God is everything you need and that He is always within reach. The song has made tremendous impact throughout the country as it has received national media coverage in outlets such as the Examiner Newspaper and the AFRO American Newspaper, and was featured on the nationally syndicated radio talk show, The Bev Smith Show.

Following that effort was the powerful and emotionally charged anthem, "Break Free" which inspires people of all walks of life to remove the boundaries that threaten their forward progress. As an artist who strives to effect positive change in society, Naomi B. often lends her platform to address and raise awareness of important societal issues. She is a staunch advocate for the empowerment of women and girls, and recently received an honorary certificate of recognition, signed by Congresswoman Maxine Waters for her work to educate and empower young women in her community.

More specifically, Naomi is passionate about promoting increased awareness of the rising human trafficking epidemic. In the spring of 2017, Naomi released a music video for "Break Free" to help bring greater awareness to the issue of human sex trafficking. She also released "He Lives", a flavorful and contemporary take on the classic hymn "Because He Lives."

2018 promises to continue to be a breakthrough year for the songstress, as she is frequently in demand at venues across the nation and has graced the stage at numerous churches and events such as the National Council of Negro Women's Founder's Day in Baltimore, the 2016 HUD Juneteenth Celebration in Washington, D.C, and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's (SCLC) 58th Annual Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2017, she performed among other gospel music greats at McDonald's Gospelfest in Newark, NJ.and more recently, Naomi has served as one of the worship directors on “Power to the People”, a talk show hosted by Dr. Jamal Bryant that airs weekly on the Word network.

Naomi serves as a worship leader at the Church of the Redeemed of the Lord (Baltimore) and is embarking upon a promo tour to promote her debut album "Created to Worship", which features the new worship anthem "Show Me".

Visit Naomi's "music" page to hear the album.




Click here to visit Naomi's Reverbnation page for ministry engagements and performance information.


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by Naomi B.


Inspirational gospel music artist Naomi B. has made a name for herself in many circles over the years for her versatile vocals and growing ministry. Her fans have tried to remain patient in anticipation of her first project, and now their wait is finally over.
— The Baltimore Times
“I don’t know of anyone who has ever done this type of arrangement for the hymn [Because He Lives]. I’ve only heard it sung as a ballad,” said the East Baltimore native. “So to take it and put this kind of energy and drive behind it, what you get is an explosive feeling. The hymn alone is powerful, but when you put this Latin/rock/island vibe to it, it just feels so good.”
— Electronic Urban Report