Roy Moye III is an emerging urban gospel artist with a heart for the Lord. Born in Kaiserslautern Germany and now residing in Wichita Kansas, Roy has a passion for making music that provides eclectic sounds, shares his personal testimony, and encourages others to seek a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Roy recently released his first gospel EP entitled “Coming Back” which introduces him, his story, and his love for Jesus. As a new artist, Roy has already had opportunities to open for artists ranging from Fred Hammond to Jonathan McReynolds and he recently sang the Academy Award-winning song “Glory” with rapper Common at the 2017 Wichita River Festival. In June of 2017, Roy Attended the Gospel Music Association’s IMMMERSE Conference and participated in the ReviewYou competition. Throughout the competition, he sang his own rendition of the CeCe Winans Classic “Mercy Said No” and ultimately won the National Best Male Vocalist Award. Roy has also been invited to sing National Anthems for the Kansas City Royals, KC Chiefs, and the Oklahoma City Thunder sports teams. Starting in early 2016, Roy began leading the men’s praise team at Saint Mark United Methodist Church. He is also currently serving as Chaplain of the young adult ministry. Apart from his music, Roy works as a Structural Design Aerospace Engineer and is currently working on the Boeing 777 sustaining team at Spirit Aerosystems Inc. He is also heavily involved in Real Men Real Heroes, a local organization that provides mentors and educational programs for underrepresented youth in the city of Wichita. Roy is proud of his Black, Puerto Rican, and Mexican heritage and frequently incorporates rhythms and languages within his music that stem from his cultural background. Ultimately, Roy wants to spread Faith, Positivity, and Love around the world through the gifts that God has given him. He stands firmly on the word of God and specifically favors the verse that states: “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and all his righteousness, and all things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33).