Hailing from the city of Baltimore, Maryland, Katrice Cornett had music engraved in her soul at a very early age. Under the direction of her father, the late Donald W.T. Cary she was exposed to her first professional performance at the age of four when she sang “Oh Happy Day” by Edwin Hawkins to a standing room only.
As her father began to cultivate the gift that rested in her vocal ability Katrice began to get more comfortable ministering to the needs of people through her music. During her teenage years, she experienced major changes in her family structure, academics, and spiritual life, which contributed to the family migrating to West Deptford, New Jersey where she became more dedicated to the ministry of music.
Katrice is dedicated to bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ to all people through song. Based on lyrics alone, this would make her a ‘gospel’ artist. However, her music is not your typical gospel music. With her smooth, sultry, jazz tones, God has anointed her to lift souls and move hearts.