Marcus Paul James – Using Your Voice To Create Feelings In People’s Heart

Secrets untold, all written in a piece of a folded paper,

For ever forgotten in that piece of a folded paper,

In the form of a purple loving heart,

Dampened and then softened by the cold water of tears,

Soul pouring in slow-mo, true blow of emotion.

Marcus Paul James, Brooklyn-based R&B singer songwriter, has a voice made to heal your feels.

His talent has echoed from Broadway to churches on Sundays.

Blending Electro-Soul, with Pop and R&B, adding flavors of Gospel, Marcus Paul James is willing to inspire and transform his listeners thanks to his music.

Creating the mellowest vibes ever, and taking inspirations from John Legend and Miguel, he writes song with a spiritual vision, and is willing to connect with people from heart to heart.

Prior to this latest release, MPJ has enjoyed European radio play and Electronic Chart success with his debut 2009 EP Electrik Love, produced by jazz prodigy Akira Shelton.

In 2010, MPJ held the 1st and 3rd spots on UK Soul charts for five consecutive weeks, with singles “Wonderful Love” and “Right Now”.

Marcus has performed in multiple Broadway plays including Rent, In The Heights and most recently in Motown The Musical.

His career keeps counting great achievements, as he’s also part of the singers for the musical The Greatest Showman with Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson (for the song This Is Me);

A movie inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business & tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

 

After Jessica Rotter, incredibly creative songwriter previously interviewed, and who sang for great musicals such as La La Land and Pitch Perfect 1 & 2

We keep on discovering amazing Broadway vocalists like Marcus Paul James singing for The Greatest Showman.

 

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