PJ Morton Releases New Song ‘Please Be Good’

R&B

Five-time Grammy winner PJ Morton is back with his new single “Please Be Good.” 

The Afrobeats-tinged track, which Morton produced with P.Priime, finds him wanting to escape the stress of daily life for relaxation.

“I’ve been on the go, working so hard / I think I need a break / Every now and then, it gets too much / Much more than I can take / So take me to another place / Somewhere far away / I don’t need to be in control / I just want to let go,” Morton sings in the first verse.

Regarding the song’s creation, Morton says: “I was in Lagos, Nigeria and one of my favorite new producers P. Priime played this beat. I immediately took out my phone and started to record ideas. I love that it’s a mixture of so many vibes,” says Morton.

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“Please Be Good” is the first offering from Morton’s new album coming this year on Morton Records / EMPIRE.

The New Orleans native recorded the album during his 30-day trip in Africa last fall, where he collaborated with local musicians across South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana and Egypt. 

The currently untitled project will follow Morton’s 2022 album, Watch The SunThe Grammy-nominated album features Stevie Wonder, Nas, El DeBarge, Jill Scott, Alex Isley and more. Speaking of Grammys, earlier this month Morton won Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Good Morning” featuring Susan Carol.

On Nov. 12, Morton will release his memoir Saturday Night, Sunday Morning, via Worthy Publishing, an imprint of Hachette Book Group.

Stream PJ Morton’s new song “Please Be Good” below.

PJ Morton’s 2024 Tour Dates

Mar 10 – Manila, NCR @ Wanderland Music & Arts Festival

Mar 12 – Beijing, CN @ Blue Note

Mar 13 – Beijing, CN @ Blue Note

Mar 15 – Seoul, KR @ Musinsa Garage

Mar 17 – Tokyo, JP @ The Garden Hall (Ebisu)

Mar 22 – Wellington, NZ @ San Fran

Mar 23 – Auckland, NZ @ The Tuning Fork

Mar 27 – Melbourne, VIC @ 170 Russell

Mar 28 – Sydney, AUS @ The Metro Theatre

Mar 30-Apr 1 – Byron Bay, AUS @ Byron Bay BluesFest

May 4 – New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

May 12 – Washington, DC @ The Kennedy Center

Jun 2 – Philadelphia, PA @ Roots Picnic

Jun 15 – Boston, MA @ Berklee Performance Center

Get tickets at pjmortonmusic.com.

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