Vicktoria Miller is an emerging singer-songwriter, artist, author, and public speaker from Chicago, Illinois. She cries out to Jesus in this genuine plea for help singing “Out of the Darkness,” produced by Jim Orozco. It is her debut single and title track from her forthcoming album, which is comprised of songs written along her healing journey after coming to Christ. The lyrics contain raw and honest messages written with a poetic flair. Her songs deliver hope touching on difficult subjects such as bullying, addiction, and suicide.
Music and singing have been her passion since the age of three. In grade school, she sang in youth chorus and took Choir as an elective in high school. She has been honored with the opportunity to sing the National Anthem at local events. Vicktoria fronted her first band as a lead vocalist at 18-years-old singing mainstream music for over 20 years. However, since becoming born again, she now sings to bring God glory in the Christian Gospel genre. She has honed her own vocal style described as charismatic, raspy, controlled, and soulful with her four-octave range and powerhouse vocals. With an apostolic prophetic anointing, she ushers in the Holy Spirit and the presence of God.
She has authored her autobiography, entitled “Out of the Darkness.” Vicktoria tells her story of how the Lord saved her in her darkest hour and radically transformed her life. The Lord delivered her out of mental illness and a suicidal mindset. She no longer lives on psychotropic medication, nor does she experience further symptoms. Through the healing ministries of her church, God healed her heart from the emotional effects of traumatic bullying and sexual abuse as well as setting her free from several addictions. “We must first feel the pain and suffering Christ endured before we can help others. Otherwise, how can we sympathize with their sorrows and testify to his good works,” says Vicktoria.
Vicktoria uses her artistic gifts through ministering and instructing fellowship painting events. She is an advocate against bullying and for the awareness of mental health and suicide prevention. She is an evangelist at heart and a prayer minister for the Lord, bringing hope and healing to those in despair, equipping the lost to find purpose through their Beloved identity in Christ Jesus.