Miracle Thomas is an American multi-genre singer, songwriter and producer, often referred to as the one with the angelic voice. Miracle also receives a great deal of inspiration from powerhouses such as Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Randy Crawford, The Emotions, Deniece Williams, Earth, Wind and Fire, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Chuck Mangione, Babyface, BeBe and CeCe Winans, White Snake, opera singers Denyce Graves and Kiri Te Kanawa, the late Whitney Houston, Phyllis Hyman, Luther Vandross, Bob Marley, Kenny Rogers and last but not least, her uncle and mother’s former classmate the late Carl Anderson, known for his song "Buttercup" written by Stevie Wonder.
The talented Miracle Thomas was supported and encouraged by her family and close friends to pursue a recording career. Miracle was the first unsigned artist to be featured on the television show "Video Soul" with Donnie Simpson. She did a superb job on Whitney Houston's hit "Miracle". "Find Someone New" an original song written by Miracle received airplay from Wendy Williams when she was at Power 99 radio station; the song also earned raved reviews from USA Today and Billboard. Miracle recorded a song with the Billboard Charting group Wreck-N-Effect (Top Billin'/Remix) produced by the late Gene Griffin featuring the legendary conga player Milton "Go-Go Mickey" Freeman. Miracle's career started to flourish even more as she became the opening act for the likes of Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Jodeci, Father MC, Regina Belle, The Manhattans, The Dells, II D Extreme, Kim Waters, Eric Roberson, the late Gerald Levert and many others.
Miracle took some time off to raise and homeschool her son who is on the autism spectrum. In 2018, he suggested that she should start singing and writing again. Miracle tested the waters by releasing an original song "You Say You Apologize". It was received well and she followed up with a four song EP that she wrote and produced entitled “Expect a Miracle”. This would be the beginning of numerous #1's from the Amazon Top 100 in the UK, UK Soul Chart as well as other music charts in the UK, The Network Soul Chart, The Urban Influencer, Grenada Chart, Radio Indie International Network and many others.
A highlight in her career was when the Radio Hall of Fame Donnie Simpson from Majic 102.3/92.3 radio station featured her song "Let Me Love You", produced by Rob Hardt. Miracle continues to release music and is steadily building her fanbase while connecting with deejays and producers. She's hands-on when it comes to marketing and communicating with people in the music industry. Miracle states, "I really appreciate the support that I have received from various radio stations, deejays and my fans."
Musically speaking... Expect a Miracle!