Adrianna Philece is a psalmist and prophetic intercessor

Her passion is to see her generation ignited in the place of worship and prayer. She was born and raised in the Philadelphia area, where she first began her life as a songstress. As her Mom describes it, “Adrianna started singing almost from birth – as a little girl, everything Adrianna said was in song”. Adrianna joined the church choir at the age of two and continued singing in both church and school chorale settings, ministering in front of crowds of hundreds and thousands. As a young child she traveled and ministered with her father and for church-related evangelistic gatherings that took place in the region. Even as a young girl, she loved accompanying the preaching of the “Good News” in song.

When Adrianna was 17 she had a radical conversion experience. It was this experience that launched her into worship leading and preaching the Gospel. Her platform was from her high school cafeteria to the nations. Upon graduating high school, Adrianna attended Penn State University, where she founded the Praise and Worship Gospel Association on the Abington Campus.

Her ministry continued to expand as opportunities opened up to serve on worship teams and as a worship leader nationally and internationally. Adrianna has ministered in word, deed and song in all across the U.S., as well as in Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Brazil, Columbia and China.

In the early 2000s she began doing studio and background vocals.   While serving as singer and intercessory missionary at the International House of Prayer Kansas city, she co-wrote the song “We Make Room” with recording artist Jaye Thomas. The song was nominated for a Dove award in 2014. Adrianna, an anointed songwriter, launched her first solo project in 2016 with the single “Shift This Place”. She currently resides in the Metro Detroit area and serves as Worship Director at her church in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Adrianna has a passion to see Detroit and the nations of the earth release a sound in worship that the world has yet to hear.

“Adrianna is a gift to this generation and trumpets
the sound of awakening and holiness and that is rare and much needed in the earth.”

– Jaye Thomas