The beat is calling me

“Morgan appears to be on his way to soaring to new heights”

– Markus Druery, Neufutur Magazine

“It’s been several days. It’s been several hours. It’s been a long time. I still have this song stuck in my head” –

Gustave Carlson, Vents Magazine

“Clayton Morgan warms up his listeners with a hot and spicy track”

– Mindy McCall, NoDepression Magazine

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Not just a strategically well-placed track name (my inner Marketeer sees yours) but its also 100% truth. Now, this is the song to wake up to! With instantaneous on-my-feet rhythms that snake, groove, and pulsate through my entire body. Even my freshly ground cuppa coffee is left feeling the blush – as it stands to my right unable to touch this level of energy.

As if every word becomes a dancing meditation designed to let the world subside and only fill the room with embodied music that holds tangible power and transcendence in a single beat.

It’s been quite a summer for Dallas r&b/soul/dance singer-songwriter Clayton Morgan. His critically acclaimed single, “Taste For Love” were released on June 29th, 2018. The remixes and official music video dropped on July 16th. Since then, the video has been named as an Indie Best Videos Festival Selection, and the single has been racking up airplay, charting on the Airplay Today charts.

And just 2 days ago – Clayton outdid himself with the launch of this destructive and fantastical track. That’s some serious pow, trance, trip into the immersive new ways your body moves you. It’s no wonder the after effects are this lingering. It might also have something to do with how effortless it is to playback and over again.

ABOUT CLAYTON MORGAN: Based in Dallas, TX, Clayton Morgan released his critically acclaimed single, “Taste For Love” back in June. The son of Four Sonics member, Eddie Daniels, Morgan has proven to be one of the most original and talented new artists to come out of the area, this year. Music played a big role in Clayton Morgan’s upbringing, both at home and at school. Clayton was regularly part of school musicals, choir groups and drama clubs. Outside of school, he always looked up to his father as his mentor and was also heavily influenced by a wide range of singers, including Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Prince, Madonna and Whitney Houston, to name a few. All of these ingredients combined, have no doubt, been the main contributing factor toward Clayton’s unique and authentic vocal style.

Love that Prince is in the mix there!

Closing Comments. Play it LOUDER.


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