The singer-songwriter-producer and Maroon 5 keyboardist has been busy behind the scenes but issues the freewheeling record “Claustrophobic” as a way to get something “off his chest”.
PJ Morton hooks up with Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine to jam out on âHeavy,â the bluesy track from Mortonâs latest album New Orleans.
No whining for PJ Morton as he looks for reassurance on splitting with his life’s leading lady.
PJ begs for forgiveness for his life while bound to a board hovering over deep, murky waters with his fed up girlfriend holding his fate in her hands.
It wouldnât do PJ Morton any justice if I just talked about the show that he put on Friday (July 12) at Stage 48 and didnât mention what exactly it meant to R&B or even music as a whole.
âWork It Outâ is all about endurance and perseverance in the midst of the difficulties of life and relationships.
PJ Morton hooks up with a legend and his biggest musical influence Stevie Wonder to create âOnly One.â
“Lover” is lifted from PJ Morton’s debut EP titled ‘Following My First Mind.’ Many are waiting to see how this soulful star and Maroon 5 member will fair on Young Money, but it seems he will be just fine.
Earlier this month (August 2012), PJ Morton made his Young Money debut in New York City, where he performed several songs from his catalog, in addition to several covers.
PJ Morton taps his New Orleans Native Ledisi for “Baby I Love U,” which is a cover of Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack’s classic hit song. The duet, produced by Morton, sees the two coming together for a true rendition, capped with great vocal delivery.