Revolt TV filmed it's Revolt Sessions during BET Weekend on Friday June 23rd at the Revolt TV Studio A. The packed crowd was treated to an amazing live show from PJ Morton which included three curtain calls. Morton took those in attendance on a journey of some his biggest previously released songs including the Grammy nominated collaboration with Stevie Wonder "Only One" "Work It Out" and fan favorites from his current project GUMBO, "First Began", "Sticking To My Guns" and "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" featuring BJ The Chicago Kid and The Hamiltones.
This soon to be classic performance airs August 19th at 9PM EST on Revolt TV. Revolt TV is an American music-oriented digital cable television network that is founded by Sean "Diddy" Combs. It launched on October 21, 2013.
PJ Morton is A Grammy® Award winning singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist had lived in Los Angeles for the last few years since officially joining one of the world's top bands, Maroon 5, in 2012. However, Morton returned to his hometown of New Orleans in late 2015 and began laying the musical foundation for Gumbo -- the first album he's ever recorded in the city. Morton wrote the majority of the songs such as the Jazzy "Claustrophobic" and the retro funky "Sticking To My Guns" but also includes a very satisfying and upbeat take on the Bee Gees' 1977 classic, "How Deep Is Your Love."
Morton released his first indie album Emotions in 2005 - without major label support and promotion - and attracted an underground following of eclectic fans that have followed Morton's 2013 album New Orleans features Stevie Wonder playing harmonica on the track "Only One" which earned a Grammy® Award nomination for best R&B song. He has also collaborated with Busta Rhymes, India.Arie, Jazmine Sullivan, Faith Evans, Musiq Soulchild, Lil Wayne, and Monica. He served as music director for Solange during the promotional tour for her breakthrough album, A Seat at the Table.