Atlanta Musician Timothy J. Wilson Gets Funky On ‘Oh My Goodness’

Atlanta-based singer-songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Timothy J. Wilson drops the funktastic video for Oh My Goodness,” an offering from his EP “Beats, Bass, Party.” You can’t help but move to the bass line and go-go claps on this one, and the harmonies are infectious!

Timothy is the son of a preacher raised twenty minutes from New York City in White Plains, N.Y. He’s performed at Café Wah, the Village Underground, Justin’s, Club Groove, The Soul Café, Wilson’s, The Sugar Bar, etc. In late March of 2011, Timothy relocated from NY State to Atlanta, Ga. to promote his Kiss Me EP, which was released on his very own Tim’elody Records label.

In February of 2012, Timothy was crowned the winner for the month of January 2012 on the social networking site; with the most votes for one of his live performance videos. In that same month, Timothy was chosen by casting director Alpha Tyler as a featured singer, on season two episode of the BET show, “Let’s Stay Together”. As 2013 came in, it found Timothy in the studio recording what would become his second EP, “Born to Love” and in November of that same year, Timothy landed his first major film, playing the role of Verdine White, the legendary bassist of the band, Earth, Wind, & Fire in the upcoming Warner Brothers film, “The Nice Guys”, starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling. The movie will be released on May 20, 2016. Also, be on the lookout for his role in the upcoming HBO Sitcom-Pilot, “Brothers in Atlanta” starring Maya Rudolph, Jaden Smith and Bashir Salahuddin.

Listen to his EP “Beats, Bass, Party” and download it for free on Wilson’s Soundcloud here.