Grammy® award winning Roc Nation singer/songwriter Victory releases her sophomore album, Glory Hour – the follow up to her first two folk/jazz/soul recordings It’s a New Dawn (2017) and her critically acclaimed debut album The Broken Instrument (2018). Early in her career, Victory and four of her siblings formed Infinity’s Song, which rose to national prominence in 2015 after Tori Kelly happened upon them performing one day in Central Park, New York -- and joined in. A video of the impromptu performance went viral (1.2M views on YouTube). Victory was then signed to Roc Nation by Jay-Z, and released her debut EP in 2017 titled “It’s a New Dawn” featuring her soul stirring rendition of Nina Simone‘s classic “Feeling Good,” among other songs including original songs “Believe In Love,” “Lessons From My Father,” and “Cheap Love.” The entire project was released globally and premiered in over 8,000 Starbucks locations worldwide for over a year and positioned Victory to be highly anticipated in 2018 when her debut album, “The Broken Instrument,” was released.
Victory‘s talent as a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and performer quickly became popular in the music industry as she continued to demonstrate rare capabilities of captivating audiences with her classic sultry voice, thought-provoking lyrics, and unconventional guitar skills. She has established a reputation in elite circles of influence having performed private concerts for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, Mellody Hobson from Ariel investments and her husband George Lucas the creator of Star Wars, Robert Smith venture capitalist, Mike Novogratz, Tyler Perry, Kanye West and many, many others. As the primary lyricist and contributing lyrics to Kanye West’s songs “Closed On Sunday” and “God Is,” in 2019, Victory also won her first Grammy® for her work on the album, “Jesus Is King.”