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J. Moss
Birth name James Moss
Born (1971-09-22) September 22, 1971 (age 45)
Origin Detroit, Michigan, US
Genres Gospel, R&B, Hip hop, Soul
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer, arranger
Years active 1996–present
Labels Island Inspirational
GospoCentric Records
Associated acts PAJAM
Karen Clark Sheard
The Clark Sisters

James Moss (born September 22, 1971), Detroit, Michigan, better known by his stage name J. Moss, is an American gospel musician, composer, producer and arranger.

Early years[edit]

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan as James Moss went to Cass Technical High School, the son of Gospel star Bill Moss, Sr., James spent much of his childhood on tours with his father's popular group, Bill Moss and the Celestials, and his cousin's group The Clark Sisters. As an early teen, Moss was teamed with his brother Bill Moss,Jr. in the singing duo The Moss Brothers.[1] They toured on weekends around the midwest and recorded two major label albums during their seven years together.

In this period James developed as a keyboardist and burgeoning songwriter. He was also learning first-hand the business of music. He attended Michigan State University for two years, but the desire to write and perform was too strong, and he left to seek a career in music.

Music career[edit]

Beginnings[edit]

Upon his return to Detroit, Moss signed with a small local Christian label Aviday Records[2] and released two albums to little fanfare. Yet, during this time he became acquainted with Paul Allen and Walter Kearney. The three began working together as PAJAM. Moss spent the mid-90s touring with The Clark Sisters and was signed, along with Karen Clark-Sheard, his cousin, to Island Records in 1996 to record a solo album.[2] While a proper release never materialized for Moss before Island Black Music shut its doors,[3] Clark's became a smash and introduced the Gospel world to the production powerhouse of PAJAM.

The J. Moss Project[edit]

Over the next seven years, the PAJAM team became Gospel music's most prolific hitmakers. However, Moss' desire to perform never went away, and in 2003 he and Allen began writing songs for what would ultimately become The J. Moss Project, released in September 2005 on GospoCentric Records.

Though PAJAM's work has been seen as a revolutionary blend of gospel and hip-hop style, The J. Moss Project is a surprisingly traditional affair. The set largely relies on familiar arrangements, and keeps its focus on Moss's clear tenor voice and strong backing choir vocals. The album made a grand entry with the upbeat lead single "I Wanna Be".

The disc includes a number of upbeat gospel numbers such as "Don't Pray and Worry" and "Psalm 150". J. Moss' lithe falsetto at times draws comparison to the likes of Prince and Tonéx on "Livin' 4". There are also several gentle ballads such as "Give You More" and the album's anthemic single "We Must Praise" that display J. Moss' range as a vocalist and songwriter.

V2...[edit]

On April 3, 2007, after several delays, J Moss released his second album V2... through GospoCentric Records. Appearances were made by contemporary Gospel group 21:03, Moss's cousin Kierra "Kiki" Sheard, Kirk Franklin, his cousin Karen Clark-Sheard, Marvin Winans of the famed Winans family, Byron Cage, Anthony Hamilton and American comedian Steve Harvey. Three bonus tracks ("Florida", "73 Degrees", and "Everybody Ain't Got a Word") were originally thought to be regular album tracks.

Just James[edit]

J. Moss released his third album Just James on August 25, 2009. The album spawned two gospel hits, the double A-side "Restored/I Gave It Up" and "Rebuild" and its 2010 remix single.

V4...The Other Side of Victory[edit]

J. Moss released his fourth album V4...The Other Side of Victory, with songs "God's Got It", "The Prayers" featuring Hezekiah Walker and Dorinda Clark-Cole, and the radio hit "Good and Bad".

Grown Folks Gospel[edit]

In 2014, J. Moss released his fifth album Grown Folks Gospel, which features Faith Evans, Fred Hammond, PJ Morton, 21:03 and the late Wayman Tisdale! The album includes the radio hit "Faith".

GFG Reload[edit]

On January 29, 2016, J. Moss released his sixth project, which includes a few favorites from the Grown Folks Gospel album, as well as a few new songs.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • The J. Moss Project (GospoCentric, 2004)
  1. "Intro"
  2. "I Wanna Be" (James Moss[4], Paul D. Allen)[5]
  3. "Don't Pray & Worry" (James Moss)[6]
  4. "We Must Praise" (James Moss)[7]
  5. "You Brought Me" (James Moss[8], Paul D. Allen, Blaire White)[9]
  6. "Livin' 4" (James Moss[10], Paul D. Allen)[11]
  7. "Unto Thee" (James Moss)[12]
  8. "Don't Let" (James Moss)[13]
  9. "The More I Think" (James Moss)[14]
  10. "Psalm 150" (James Moss[15], Paul D. Allen)[16]
  11. "Give You More" (James Moss)[17]
  12. "Me Again" (James Moss)[18]
  13. "Work Your Faith" (James Moss[19], Paul D. Allen)[20]
Personnel
  • J. Moss - record producer (2-3, 5-13), lead vocals, background vocals, keyboards, drums, bass played by, horns, strings, recording engineer, audio mixing
  • Paul "PDA" Allen - record producer (2-13), keyboards, drums, bass played by, horns, strings, recording engineer, audio mixing
  • Walter Kearney - record producer (13), production supervisor, audio mixing
  • David Mattix - assistant recording engineer
  • Bill Moss Sr. - keyboards, organ played by
  • Joe Peluso - assistant recording engineer


  • V2... (GospoCentric, 2007)
  1. "Jump, Jump" (featuring 21:03 & Kierra "Kiki" Sheard)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney, Brandon Holland, Byron Stanfield)[21]
  2. "Dance" (featuring Kirk Franklin)
    (James Moss)[22]
  3. "Know Him" (featuring Karen Clark-Sheard)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney[23], Rodrick Long)[24]
  4. "I'm Not Perfect" (featuring Anthony Hamilton)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney, Brandon Holland, Byron Stanfield)[25]
  5. "Abundantly"
    (James Moss)[26]
  6. "We Love You" (featuring Byron Cage & Marvin L. Winans)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen[27], Byron Cage)[28]
  7. "Praise on the Inside"
    (James Moss)[29]
  8. "Holding On"
    (James Moss)[30]
  9. "Afraid"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)[31]
  10. "Let It Go"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Brandon Holland, Byron Stanfield, Walter Kearney)[32]
  11. "Nobody"
    (James Moss)[33]
  12. "Operator"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)[34]
  13. "Steve Harvey Show (Interlude)" (voices by Steve Harvey)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney, Rodney Levens, Willie Woods)[35]
  14. "Florida" (with PDA)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney, Brandon Holland, Byron Stanfield)[36]
Personnel
  • J. Moss - PAJAM Group Member, Lead & Background Vocals, Additional Instruments, Recording Engineer
  • Lloyd Barry - Horns arranged by, Strings arranged by
  • Monica Brown - Production Coordinator
  • Byron Cage - Vocals (6)
  • Vinnie Ciesielski - Trumpet
  • Karen Clark Sheard - Lead & Background Vocals (3)
  • Dana Davis - Drums
  • Darryl "Major D" Dixon - Guitar
  • Kirk Franklin - Vocals (2)
  • Barry Green - Trombone
  • Torrence Green - 21:03 Group Member, Background Vocals (1)
  • Anthony Hamilton - Vocals (4)
  • Walter Kearney - PAJAM Group Member, Production Supervisor
  • Rodrick Long - Keyboards
  • Evin Martin - 21:03 Group Member, Lead Vocals (1)
  • Doug Moffet - Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
  • Nashville String Machine - Strings performed by, Strings arranged by
  • PAJAM - Record Producers (All Tracks)
  • Terrance Palmer - Bass played by
  • Steve Patrick - Trumpet
  • PDA (aka Paul D. Allen) - PAJAM Group Member, Vocals (Lead on 14, Additional), Additional Instruments, Recording Engineer, Audio Mixing
  • Jor'el Quinn - 21:03 Group Member, Background Vocals (1)
  • Kierra "Kiki" Sheard - Lead Vocals (1)
  • Marvin L. Winans - Vocals (6)


  • Just James (GospoCentric, 2009)

Information is Based on Liner Notes[37]

  1. "I Gave It Up" (James L. Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney)
  2. "So Into You" (James L. Moss)
  3. "Restored" (James L. Moss)
  4. "Anointing" (James L. Moss)
  5. "Sweet Jesus" (James L. Moss)
  6. "No More" (James L. Moss, Paul D. Allen, Byron Stanfield, Brandon Holland)
  7. "God Happens" (James L. Moss, Paul D. Allen)
  8. "Holy One" (James L. Moss)
  9. "Rebuild" (James L. Moss, Paul D. Allen, Walter Kearney, Rod Long)
  10. "Just James" (James L. Moss, Paul D. Allen)
Personnel
  • J Moss (of PAJAM) - record producer, recording engineer, audio mixing, lead vocals, background vocals, instruments (all tracks)
  • Paul "PDA" Allen (of PAJAM) - record producer, recording engineer, audio mixing, additional vocals, instruments (all tracks)
  • Walter Kearney (of PAJAM) - additional record producer (1), production supervisor
  • Jon Merritt - assistant recording engineer
  • Millenni Era String Machine - orchestral arrangement
  • Bill Moss Jr. - organ played by (2-5, 8)
  • PAJAM - orchestral arrangement
  • Karen Clark-Sheard - additional background vocals (3)
  • J. Drew Sheard - live drums (2)
  • Melanie Wimberly - production coordinator


  • Remixed, Rare & Unreleashed (Verity Gospel, 2010)

Information taken from Amazon.com.[38]

  1. "Rebuild (Remix)"
  2. "We Must Praise (Remix)"
  3. "What If"
  4. "Can't Wait (2 C Dat)"
  5. "Living' 4 (Remix)"
  6. "Perfect Medley"
  7. "Operator (Remix)"
  8. "We Love You (The LIVE Remix)"
  9. "Psalm 150 (Remix)"


  • V4...The Other Side (GospoCentric, 2012)[39]
  1. "God's Got It"
    (James Moss)
  2. "Imma Do It"
    (James Moss)
  3. "Take Me"
    (James Moss)
  4. "Strong Enough"
    (James Moss)
  5. "Good & Bad"
    (James Moss)
  6. "Good Day" (featuring Kierra Sheard & Karen Clark-Sheard)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)
  7. "Caught Up in Love"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)
  8. "Shout"
    (James Moss)
  9. "You Did" (featuring James Fortune)
    (James Moss)
  10. "Holy Is Your Word"
    (James Moss)
  11. "The Prayers" (featuring Dorinda Clark-Cole, Hezekiah Walker & LFC)
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)
  12. "The Other Side of Victory"
    (James Moss)
  13. "Keep Your Head Up"
    (James Moss, Dwight R. Levens Jr., Pamela English)
  14. "Good & Bad (Remix Club Mix)"
    (James Moss)
Personnel
  • J. Moss (of PAJAM) - Record Producer, Lead & Background Vocals (All Tracks), Instruments played by (All Tracks), Recording Engineer
  • Paul "PDA" Allen (of PAJAM) - Record Producer, Additional Vocals, Instruments played by (All Tracks), Recording Engineer, Audio Mixing
  • Dorinda Clark-Cole - Additional Lead Vocals (11)
  • Karen Clark-Sheard - Additional Lead Vocals (6)
  • Iyanna Dean - Additional Background Vocals (1)
  • James Fortune - Additional Vocals (9)
  • Walter Kearney (of PAJAM) - Record Producer, Production Supervisor
  • LFC (aka Love Fellowship Crusade Choir) - Background Vocals (11)
  • Bill Moss Jr. - Organ played by (10)
  • Jamel Moss - Additional Background Vocals (6)
  • Melanie Moss - Additional Background Vocals (6)
  • Kierra Sheard - Additional Lead Vocals (6)
  • Hezekiah Walker - Additional Lead Vocals (11)


  • Grown Folks Gospel (Central South, 2014)

Unless otherwise indicated, information is taken from Allmusic.[40]

  1. "Your Work"
    (James Moss)[41], Paul D. Allen)[42]
  2. "You Make Me Feel" (featuring Faith Evans)
    (James Moss[43], Paul D. Allen)[44]
  3. "Pour Into Me"
    (James Moss[45], Paul D. Allen)[46]
  4. "Nothing" (featuring PJ Morton)
    (James Moss)[47]
  5. "It is What it Is"
    (James Moss[48], Paul D. Allen)[49]
  6. "Hanging On" (featuring Wayman Tisdale)
    (James Moss[50], Paul D. Allen)[51]
  7. "Alright OK" (featuring Wayman Tisdale)[40]
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen)[52]
  8. "Beyond My Reach" (featuring Fred Hammond)
    (James Moss)[53]
  9. "Fall at Your Feet"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Pasha Knight)[54]
  10. "Everyday" (featuring 21:03)
    (James Moss)[55]
  11. "Love Like That"
    (James Moss, Paul D. Allen, Byron Stanfield, Brandon Holland)[56]
  12. "Faith"
    (James Moss)[57]
Personnel
  • J. Moss - Record Producer, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals, Instruments played by, Recording Engineer, Audio Mixing
  • 21:03 - Background Vocals (10)
  • Paul "PDA" Allen - Record Producer, Instruments played by, Recording Engineer, Audio Mixing
  • Faith Evans - Lead Vocals (2)
  • Fred Hammond - Lead Vocals (8)[58][59]
  • Brandon Holland - Additional Production
  • PJ Morton - Vocals, Music performed by (4)
  • Byron Stanfield - Additional Production
  • Wayman Tisdale - Sampled[60] Bass played by (6-7)
  • Anetria Wright - Background Vocals


  • GFG Reload (Central South, 2016)
  1. "Be Sure (Intro Interlude)" (featuring Vocally Challenged)
    (Music composed & Lyrics written by J. Moss)[61]
  2. "All Day"
    (Music & Lyrics by J. Moss)[62]
  3. "Shining Star"
    (Music & Lyrics by J. Moss)[63]
  4. "Faith (Radio Mix)"
    (Music & Lyrics by J. Moss)
  5. "Trust God" (featuring Kirk Whalum)
    (Music composed by Kirk Whalum, Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics written by J. Moss)[64]
  6. "Love"
    (Music & Lyrics by J. Moss)[65]
  7. "Pour Into Me"
    (Music by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[46]
  8. "You Make Me Feel" (featuring Faith Evans)
    (Music by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[44]
  9. "Your Work"
    (Music by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[42]
  10. "It Is What It Is"
    (Music by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[49]
  11. "Hanging On" (featuring Wayman Tisdale)
    (Music composed & sampled by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[51]
  12. "AOK Remix"
    (Music composed by Paul D. Allen & J. Moss)
    (Lyrics by J. Moss)[66]

Singles[edit]

  • "We Must Praise"
  • "Psalm 150"
  • "Operator"
  • "Praise On the Inside"
  • "I'm Not Perfect" (featuring Anthony Hamilton)
  • "Abundantly"
  • "Restored/I Gave It Up"
  • "Rebuild"
  • "Rebuild: The Remix"
  • "The Prayers" (featuring Hezekiah Walker & LFC)
  • "Good & Bad"
  • "God's Got It"

Production discography[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.gospelcity.com/news/headlines/1505
  2. ^ a b Bonner, Gerard. "Interview With J. Moss: The Y2J (Moss) Factor". GospelFlava.com. 
  3. ^ "J Moss Interview". Livin Right. 
  4. ^ J. Moss. "I Wanna Be". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/i-wanna-be-mt0013933283
  5. ^ J Moss. "I Wanna Be". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 5 November 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mmzd-xXuz7Q
  6. ^ J. Moss. "Don't Pray & Worry". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/dont-pray-worry-mt0030100254
  7. ^ J. Moss. "We Must Praise". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/we-must-praise-mt0013927028
  8. ^ J. Moss. "You Brought Me". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/you-brought-me-mt0013947900
  9. ^ J. Moss. "You Brought Me". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 November 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nLhyrxy1Ero
  10. ^ J. Moss. "Livin' 4". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/livin-4-mt0013930585
  11. ^ J. Moss. "Livin' 4". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 November 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_yCMcuOc2Dc
  12. ^ J. Moss. "Unto Thee". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/unto-thee-mt0013949554
  13. ^ J. Moss. "Don't Let". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/dont-let-mt0013926571
  14. ^ J. Moss. "The More I Think". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/the-more-i-think-mt0031635925
  15. ^ J. Moss. "Psalm 150". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/psalm-150-mt0013945443
  16. ^ J. Moss. "Psalm 150". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 November 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HY7xJqTXysc
  17. ^ J. Moss. "Give You More". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/give-you-more-mt0013927241
  18. ^ J. Moss. "Me Again". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/me-again-mt0035118757
  19. ^ J. Moss. "Work Your Faith". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/work-your-faith-mt0031722268
  20. ^ J. Moss. "Work Your Faith". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=o788rYT6Ldg
  21. ^ J. Moss, Kierra "Kiki" Sheard & 21:03. "Jump, Jump". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SU9arr9Abzs
  22. ^ J. Moss & Kirk Franklin. "Dance". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vkOBTAdCgds
  23. ^ J. Moss & Karen Clark-Sheard. "Know Him". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6sdZ2f1V6w
  24. ^ J. Moss & Karen Clark-Sheard. "Know Him". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/know-him-mt0005006352
  25. ^ J. Moss & Anthony Hamilton. "I'm Not Perfect". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0GYiVx544z0
  26. ^ J. Moss. "Abundantly". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Dor4ChPPHUI
  27. ^ Byron Cage, J. Moss & Marvin L. Winans. "We Love You (The LIVE Remix)". YouTube: Byron Cage - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=asgzG7PiGjA
  28. ^ Byron Cage & J. Moss with Marvin Winans. "We Love You". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/we-love-you-mt0002407644
  29. ^ J. Moss. "Praise on the Inside". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wrCvHOVelqc
  30. ^ J. Moss. "Holding On". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS4Iua7I_0E
  31. ^ J. Moss. "Afraid". YouTube: J Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ky2aGnwh7ug
  32. ^ J. Moss. "Let It Go". YouTube: J Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BbM08bLFErM
  33. ^ J. Moss. "Nobody". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LpCSMIAImKQ
  34. ^ J. Moss. "Operator". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 April 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gog4ye1Uu8M
  35. ^ Steve Harvey with J. Moss. "Steve Harvey Show (Interlude)". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 25 September 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XftUN6lY1gs
  36. ^ J. Moss & PDA. "Florida". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/florida-mt0000253468
  37. ^ J. Moss. "Just James". GospoCentric / Verity / Zomba. 2009.
  38. ^ J. Moss. "Remixed, Rare & Unreleased". Verity Gospel Music Group. 2010. https://www.amazon.com/Remixed-Rare-Unreleased-J-Moss/dp/B004D1OBNY
  39. ^ "J Moss' V4 The Other Side Album Cover And Tracklist Revealed!". Retrieved 12 June 2012. 
  40. ^ a b J. Moss. "Grown Folks Gospel". Central South / PMG. 25 November 2014. http://www.allmusic.com/album/grown-folks-gospel-mw0002779399
  41. ^ J. Moss. "Your Work". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=df-uDp-sDv8
  42. ^ a b J. Moss. "Your Work (2014)". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rrv7LlSri4U
  43. ^ J. Moss & Faith Evans. "You Make Me Feel". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WU0sUHrBxhs
  44. ^ a b J. Moss and Faith Evans. "You Make Me Feel (2014)". YouTube: Faith Evans. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-0O8XN5VD2g
  45. ^ J. Moss. "Pour Into Me". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-ciJ6Ddh9KE
  46. ^ a b J. Moss. "Pour Into Me (2014)". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AEQiVqATVmk
  47. ^ J. Moss & PJ Morton. "Nothing". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VU_ZF1dfV_Q
  48. ^ J. Moss. "It Is What It Is". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TN1N6VVB9c0
  49. ^ a b J. Moss. "It Is What It Is (2014)". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MUB1S3PsRVA
  50. ^ J. Moss & Wayman Tisdale. "Hanging On". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bii_2Y9RSXg
  51. ^ a b J. Moss & Wayman Tisdale. "Hanging On". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9UpQZNnR0uQ
  52. ^ J. Moss. "Alright OK". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 8 November 2014. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fNy5abY1-RA
  53. ^ J. Moss & Fred Hammond. "Beyond My Reach". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NNKnJEVrgzs
  54. ^ J. Moss. "Fall at Your Feet". J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5_dmXhd_kvY
  55. ^ J. Moss with 21:03. "Everyday". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VmfaBz6QMj8
  56. ^ J. Moss. "Love Like That". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ASuR4ESVxrA
  57. ^ J. Moss. "Faith". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 3 April 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8g7m8KRFpRI
  58. ^ Orakwe, Jude. "J. Moss - Grown Folks Gospel (Review)". BlackGrooves.org. 3 February 2015. http://blackgrooves.org/j-moss-grown-folks-gospel/
  59. ^ "J. Moss Set...November 25th". UGospel.com. 19 November 2014. https://ugospel.com/j-moss-set-to-release-new-album-grown-folks-gospel-on-november-25th/
  60. ^ Marovich, Bob. "J. Moss - Grown Folks Gospel". Journal of Gospel Music. 29 December 2014. http://journalofgospelmusic.com/reviews-2/j-moss-grown-folks-gospel/
  61. ^ J. Moss with Vocally Challenged. "Be Sure (Intro Interlude)". YouTube: J. Moss - Topuc. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h9UQNvysJKQ
  62. ^ J. Moss. "All Day". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=I5HI-RpRiqA
  63. ^ J. Moss. "Shining Star". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zfZtY49_Te0
  64. ^ J. Moss & Kirk Whalum. "Trust God". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=paJq46ikzJQ
  65. ^ J. Moss. "Love". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 28 January 2016. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U313s_FqlR8
  66. ^ J. Moss. "AOK Remix". YouTube: J. Moss - Topic. 19 February 2017. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BMeA7X-wnhc

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