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B.Morgan is a singer and songwriter hailing from the Bronx, New York. Born Desmond Morgan, B. Morgan comes from a strict upbringing by his Jamaican parents which inspired his earlier afro Caribbean style long before the current afro beats boom in music. It would be towards his late teens where he would zero in on his Niche, R&B. With over a decade in the music industry B. Morgan has earned the respect of his peers both mainstream and underground/indie making him one of New York’s most respected artists. Not only has he put in the time but he has a catalog to show for it featuring collaborations and shows with Omarion, Tony Yayo, Grand Puba, Mario, Sammie, Eric Bellinger, A Boogie Hoodie, Fivio Foreign, Rick Ross, MMG, 50 Cent, Maino, Fred Da Godson, Total, Carl Thomas, Freddie Jackson, Musiq Soulchild, Dj Marley Marl and French Montana to name a few.
B Morgan finds motivation in bringing joy to those who he connects with through music. B Morgan has been featured in premiere publications such as Hip-hop Weekly, The Source, WBLS, iHeart Radio, LavishLife Magazine, Love & Hip-hop Brooklyn along with several other publications and shows. He draws inspiration from both old and new school music and artist such as Peabo Bryson, Sam Cooke, Luther Vandross, The Gap Band, Bobby Brown, Babyface, Usher, Sean Garret, Rico Love, Lucky Daye, BJ the Chicago kid, Sea, Ty Dollar Sign, just to name a few. Music has always been a part of Morgan’s life. While he always sang, he never took it seriously until 2001 when he wrote his first song coining his signature phrase “OFCOURS!” and hasn’t looked back since. His first song to hit mainstream was “POKE IT OUT” and his very first mixtape to go live was “LOVE, SEX AND HARMONY” After “POKE IT OUT” with Dj BIG KAP, the next single to be released was “STILL A G” ft Tony Yayo of G UNIT followed by WDYL (Who Do you Love) and then“SNAPCHAT” which did even better. B. Morgan has won several awards including Single of the year twice, Video of the Year and Artist of the Year and ultimately hopes to win a few Grammys in his future. “My goal is to be great. I am a down to earth person with a lot of drive to become more than a statistic”.