De’juaine G. Motley | R&B – Soul | ‘Romance In The Gray’

De'juaine G. Motley | R&B - Soul | Romance In The Gray

Pastor, singer and songwriter De’juaine G. Motley, known in music as D’Mott, carries an anointing that is necessary for this day and time in ministry and in music. Because of his life experiences he is able to relate to the struggles of what most young teens and young adults are going through while trying to find peace in their pursuit of Christianity.

After releasing his debut album ‘Romance In The Gray’ earlier this year D’Mott has already received 3 nominations for the Rhythm Of Gospel Awards for Urban Contemporary Male Vocalist, Best Performance By A Contemporary Artist and Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year.

R&B and Soul music enthusiasts will definitely gravitate to the distinctive sound of ‘Romance In The Gray’. Groove-laced musical production, silky vocals and contemporary beats move listeners while delivering an unequivocal message of the hope and love of God. “I feel that the R&B and soul influences of my music appeal to those who don’t just want to hear Traditional Gospel, but also like contemporary and soul inspired music. Ultimately, my hope is that people fall in love with GOD when they hear ROMANCE IN THE GRAY,” says D’Mott.

‘Friend’ is a smooth laid back R&B groove that speaks of the unconditional love and friendship that God provides. ‘No Maybe’ is a simple yet impactful track that confirms there is no doubt or question about the victorious life you can have in Jesus. ‘Romance In The Gray’ also features the song ‘God Is The Way’ which is featured in the award winning film ‘The Scroll,’ starring some of today’s most progressive and revered spiritual leaders: Bishop T.D. Jakes, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Pastor Jamal Bryant, and many others.

The multi-facted D’Mott has been Pastor of The Remnant House Outreach Church (The R.H.O.C.) in Buffalo, NY for three years. He is also a professional drummer and has worked with Christian and mainstream artists:  Darwin Hobbs, Beverly Crawford, The Gospel Keynotes, John P. Kee, Ben Tankard, Earth, Wind & Fire, Osjai and Darrin Simpson (of Black City Music Group), Chauncey Northington, Joseph Wooten, David Cruz, Robie Takac (of The Goo-Goo Dolls), Shawny Mack (of Kool and the Gang) and many other notable artists.

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