PJ Morton - Work It Out

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Back in January, up-and-coming singer/songwriter (and Maroon 5 keyboardist) PJ Morton jump-started the buzz for his YMCMB solo debut with Only One, a Stevie Wonder-assisted single which earned the hearty approval of Booth staff and regulars. Those who were feeling the aforementioned joint will be pleased to hear that Work It Out, the latest promo release off the project, boasts a similarly classic, yet contemporary vibe. Though Morton’s streamlined, atmospheric synth production is attuned to current tastes, his warm, melodic vocals imbue the cut with a timeless feel. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep it locked for more fresh cuts leading up to the May 14, release of PJ’s freshman set, New Orleans.

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The name PJ Morton might be new to some, but the man has been a part of the music industry for years. The son of gospel singer Paul S. Morton, PJ received his first big break when he joined pop-rock band Maroon 5 as a... More
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