PJ Morton is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer. Since 2012, he has been one of the keyboardists, alongside Jesse Carmichael, for the pop rock band Maroon 5. Morton originally joined the band as a touring member in 2010 and became an official member in 2012 after Carmichael went on indefinite hiatus (he returned to the lineup in 2014).
Morton released his debut solo EP, Following My First Mind, in March 2012, through the record label Young Money. Adam Levine and James Valentine were featured on the lead single, "Heavy". In May 2013, Morton released his first major-label debut album, New Orleans. In 2016, he released his mixtape Bounce & Soul Vol. 1 in March and the Sticking to My Guns EP in July. On April 14, 2017, Morton released his first self-released studio album Gumbo, earning Morton two Grammy Award nominations for Best R&B Album and Best R&B Song at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Grammy Award winning recording artist Grace Weber grew up singing in the Central City Youth Gospel Choir of Milwaukee, before gaining widespread recognition for her performances on Showtime at The Apollo and on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Grace is currently working on her first full length studio album.
Grace’s new project is produced by Nate Fox, Nico Segal (fka 'Donnie Trumpet') and Peter Cottontale of the Social Experiment, all Grammy Award Winning producers on Chance the Rapper’s 'Coloring Book'. Grace co-wrote and sang with Chance the Rapper & Kanye West on 'All We Got', the first track on Chance the Rapper’s critically acclaimed, Grammy Award Winning 'Coloring Book’. Grace also co-produced and is featured on 'Still Thirsty' and 'Prideful' on Compton rapper Boogie's well received mixtape 'Thirst 48 Part II', and is featured at the end of Francis Starlite's 'May I Have This Dance.’