The son of Bishop Paul S. Morton, PJ Morton has established quite a career of his own. Earning two Grammy nominations: Best R&B Album and Best Song.
Currently on tour, the Gospel Soul singer, recently dropped by the Praise 104.7 studio to kick it with “The Belle.” Morton spoke candidly about how the political climate impacted the origins of his single, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.”
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He also brings Yuletide joy with his new Christmas album, Christmas with PJ Morton. Released November 9, the work features a collaboration with gospel legend Yolanda Adams entitled, “Do You Believe” and a remake of the Mariah Carey classic, “All I Want For Christmas.”
Along with info on his latest project, Morton also shared some of his greatest influences in the industry, including long-time friend, Warryn Campbell.
See The Belle’s full interview with PJ Morton above!
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