/  04.06.2022

As a highly respected artist and producer in the industry, PJ Morton’s official roster of guests on his forthcoming Watch The Sun album showcases the bonds he has built through the years. Across a collection of 11 all new original songs that showcase Morton’s songwriting and production, Watch The Sun features very special appearances from Stevie Wonder, Jill Scott, Chronixx, JoJo, Mr. Talkbox, Nas, Wale, Alex Isley, El DeBarge, Zacardi Cortez, Gene Moore, Samoht, Tim Rogers and Darrel ‘MusiqCity’ Walls.

“I’m being more honest, more authentic, more open than I’ve been in the past,” says PJ Morton in an official. “As much as people know about me, I’m pretty private about specifics, but these were some real things going on in my life. So it manifested with lyrics that pushed myself – not just going with the first thing or the thing that felt good, but making sure that I challenged myself to go deeper.”

Fans have already gotten a preview of Watch The Sun‘s through previously released singles like “Please Don’t Walk Away,” which PJ Morton recently performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, plus the self-care anthem of “My Peace,” a long-awaited followup to his and JoJo’s Grammy-winning duet, “Say So.”

In additional exciting news, PJ Morton earned a Grammy award over the weekend for Album Of The Year, honoring his contributions to Jon Batiste’s We Are. The accomplishment marks his fourth consecutive Grammy, adding to wins for Best Gospel Album in 2021, Best R&B Song in 2020, and Best Traditional R&B Performance in 2019.

Earlier this spring, Morton also completed the first leg in a momentous year of live performances he and his band have planned. Upcoming dates include New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Apr. 29, Newport Jazz Festival on Jul. 29-31, and much more that will be detailed soon.

 

Trending

King Combs vs. Pardison Fontaine (Semi-Finals) | ‘The Crew League’ (S2, Ep. 6)

In the most dramatic Crew League game yet, King Combs and The CYN Mob battle against Pardison Fontaine ...
  /  07.09.2021

Lucky Daye delivers a powerful performance of "A Song For You"

Black Music Month is still going strong! Join REVOLT, Xfinity & Lucky Daye via “The ...
  /  06.27.2022

Building a future for Black dance

REVOLT sat down with Big Boss Vette during Black Music Month to discuss her music, influences, ...
  /  06.23.2022

NLE Choppa, Mozzy & Royce Da 5'9" On The Importance Of Black Mental Health | REVOLT Summit

Royce Da 5’9″ hosts a revealing discussion with NLE Choppa and Mozzy about stigmas and ...
  /  12.10.2021
View More