To look at PJ Morton’s music career, it’s easy to forget he is a preacher’s kid who got his start in gospel music.
The son of Bishop Paul & Pastor Debra Morton, who is signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money label and is a keyboardist for pop group Maroon 5, opened up about the weed-smoking, wild-partying atmosphere of his label home.
“Well it’s smoky in the studio anytime you’re with Wayne,” Morton told NBC’s TheGrio.com in an interview. “There’s women around and it’s a party.”
The party, unfortunately, recently spilled over onto the Grammy, Stellar, and Dove award winner’s single “Lover,” that features a profanity-filled, offensive verse by Lil Wayne.
The song’s premise is that Morton is a “lover, not a fighter” who has grown tired of arguing and fussing in his relationship. But that message is overshadowed in the explicit version, which includes a base rap delivered by “Lil Tunechi.”“She say she love me but now all we do is f-ck and fight, and I just pull them draws over like they running lights,” Wayne raps, as the content grows worse with each verse.
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