Rival Entertainment & The Bowery Presents South Presents: PJ Morton with Brik Liam Music
Friday, May 18 at #TheLoftATL
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
*On sale Monday (3/19) at 10am*
• All Ages Welcome
• The Loft is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 4pm on day of show
PJ Morton is a GRAMMY, Stellar & Dove Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, & multi-instrumentalist & Maroon 5 keyboardist.
In addition to boasting collaborations with Adam Levine, Lil Wayne, & Busta Rhymes, his critically acclaimed 2013 offering, New Orleans, earned a 2014 GRAMMY® Award nomination in the category of “Best R&B Song” for “Only One” [feat. Stevie Wonder]. In addition to figuring prominently on Maroon 5’s multiplatinum Overexposed and V, Morton has written and produced for everybody from BJ The Chicago Kid, Jermaine Dupri, and Jazmine Sullivan to Monica and India.Arie.
Among many other accolades, he has published his literary debut Why Can’t I Sing About Love? in 2009, and become music director for Solange following the release of her critically acclaimed opus A Seat At The Table.
In April 2017, he released his 5th studio album & first offering for his own Morton Records, Gumbo from the funkified grooves of “Claustrophobic” [feat. Pell] to the unifying and undeniable message of “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” [feat. BJ The Chicago Kid & The Hamiltones]. In 2018, this album was Grammy nominated for Best R&B Album and his single, First Began was nominated for Best R&B Son
Letting go, this is the message Brik.Liam promotes daily, without using a word, sometimes cleverly with that red-balloon-emoji you scroll past in your phone. His music speaks of the same theme; letting go. Whether it is in reference to a relationship, which most of the time it is, or simply letting go of fear, doubt, inhibition and bad habits.
The sound he presents, is quite soulful because of where he sings from, but also extremely eclectic and various in taste and texture, because of his eclectic and diversified upbringing. Brik.Liam, born Jacoby Jerome Williams, is a Virginia born artist, but grew up in several parts of the world. This is owed to his stepfather being in the military. He’s lived in quite a few states and a couple different countries.