Recording artist Spensha Baker is breaking barriers in country music, with a genre-defying sound infused with gospel roots. In Season 14 of The Voice, on Team Blake, she was the first African-American country singer to make it to the Top 4. Her songs from the show consistently landed in the top 10 on iTunes, with her rendition of original song, Old Soul, hitting #1 on the Country Charts and #3 on overall charts. A performer since the age of six, Spensha got her start in gospel music, making appearances on Christian Artist Talent Search and Star Search, before signing with Geffen Records to release her debut album, “Outloud!” at the age of 15.  With both of her parents being prior military veterans, Spensha spent most of her childhood moving constantly to different military bases developing a strong and committed love for GOD and Country.


Chris Stapleton, Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert 


  • Top 4 Season 14 Finalist NBC the Voice-#teamBlake- preformed duets with Blake Shelton and Kane Brown
  • Performed at PBS Memorial Day celebration alongside Leona Lewis, Charles Esten, and Cynthia Erivo
  • Performed at National Tree Lighting Ceremony with  Gabby Barrett, LoCash, Mathew West and Thompson Square
  • Presenter and Performed 2018 MovieGuide Awards


(Based on Instrumentation and Routing)

$500 – $5,000


Spensha’s Schedule