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The time is now for one of the industry's best-kept secrets: PJ Morton. The Maroon 5 keyboardist/backing vocalist makes his major label debut on May 14th with New Orleans, his first album for Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. One listen to Morton's anticipated project quickly reveals why the multi-talent became a favorite on the indie R... Read more

The time is now for one of the industry's best-kept secrets: PJ Morton. The Maroon 5 keyboardist/backing vocalist makes his major label debut on May 14th with New Orleans, his first album for Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. One listen to Morton's anticipated project quickly reveals why the multi-talent became a favorite on the indie R&B circuit and an in-demand songwriter/producer and also why the limitless talent will be a game changer for the Lil Wayne-foudned Young Money.

New Orleans marks the Cash Money imprint's first step toward broadening its already wide appeal, thanks to a hit-making and award-winning roster that includes founder Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. And there's no better ambassador to musically personify that message than Morton, whose self-described soulful pop seamlessly spans multiple genres from gospel and R&B/funk to pop and rock.

New Orleans itself stems from Morton's acclaimed 2012 EP, Following My First Mind, featuring guest cameos from Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Lil Wayne and Jazmine Sullivan. A nod to Morton's hometown and musical roots, the forthcoming New Orleans finds Morton at the keyboard playing with a full backing band complete with horns and strings. The result is a lush, melodic yet organic 10-track set that grabs listeners right from the opening title track.

Influenced by acts ranging from the Beatles and James Taylor to Wonder and Donny Hathaway, the New Orleans native is the son of gospel singer Paul S. Morton.

Album features include: Stevie Wonder, Busta Rhymes & more

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The time is now for one of the industry's best-kept secrets: PJ Morton. The Maroon 5 keyboardist/backing vocalist makes his major label debut on May 14th with New Orleans, his first album for Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. One listen to Morton's anticipated project quickly reveals why the multi-talent became a favorite on the indie R&B circuit and an in-demand songwriter/producer and also why the limitless talent will be a game changer for the Lil Wayne-foudned Young Money.

New Orleans marks the Cash Money imprint's first step toward broadening its already wide appeal, thanks to a hit-making and award-winning roster that includes founder Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. And there's no better ambassador to musically personify that message than Morton, whose self-described soulful pop seamlessly spans multiple genres from gospel and R&B/funk to pop and rock.

New Orleans itself stems from Morton's acclaimed 2012 EP, Following My First Mind, featuring guest cameos from Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Lil Wayne and Jazmine Sullivan. A nod to Morton's hometown and musical roots, the forthcoming New Orleans finds Morton at the keyboard playing with a full backing band complete with horns and strings. The result is a lush, melodic yet organic 10-track set that grabs listeners right from the opening title track.

Influenced by acts ranging from the Beatles and James Taylor to Wonder and Donny Hathaway, the New Orleans native is the son of gospel singer Paul S. Morton.

Album features include: Stevie Wonder, Busta Rhymes & more

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The time is now for one of the industry's best-kept secrets: PJ Morton. The Maroon 5 keyboardist/backing vocalist makes his major label debut on May 14th with New Orleans, his first album for Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. One listen to Morton's anticipated project quickly reveals why the multi-talent became a favorite on the indie R&B circuit and an in-demand songwriter/producer and also why the limitless talent will be a game changer for the Lil Wayne-foudned Young Money.

New Orleans marks the Cash Money imprint's first step toward broadening its already wide appeal, thanks to a hit-making and award-winning roster that includes founder Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. And there's no better ambassador to musically personify that message than Morton, whose self-described soulful pop seamlessly spans multiple genres from gospel and R&B/funk to pop and rock.

New Orleans itself stems from Morton's acclaimed 2012 EP, Following My First Mind, featuring guest cameos from Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Lil Wayne and Jazmine Sullivan. A nod to Morton's hometown and musical roots, the forthcoming New Orleans finds Morton at the keyboard playing with a full backing band complete with horns and strings. The result is a lush, melodic yet organic 10-track set that grabs listeners right from the opening title track.

Influenced by acts ranging from the Beatles and James Taylor to Wonder and Donny Hathaway, the New Orleans native is the son of gospel singer Paul S. Morton.

Album features include: Stevie Wonder, Busta Rhymes & more

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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