12 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
33 Ratings
33 Ratings

New Music Please

Musically Captivating

I'm a huge J Moss fan. I love his voice and his music. However, I have a request. Can we please have some new material? I was disappointed when I did the listening preview only to discover I already own 95% of the album. If it wasn't for that I would have given it 5 stars.



This album is a bit too Brian McKnight for me. J Moss songs used to inspire me to praise God, but lately his songs remind me too much of regular ole R&B music. The songs on this album doesn't provoke me to want to lift my hands and worship the Lord at all. I think J Moss is an excellent singer, don't get me wrong, but if the average person isn't paying attention to the words, this music might make them want to start slow dancing instead praising the Lord. This is not a good thing. People should easily be able to tell the difference between these two genres. I hope the best for him.

New Music


I’ve been a huge J Moss fan for years since J Moss Project. This project disappoints me because he took a year to only add 5 new songs. I already have 7 of them including Faith, the supposed new single. Hopefully since he moved the release date he will add new songs but until then its disappointing. (Still 4 stars only because I’m a fan)

About J Moss

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, contemporary gospel singer and producer J. Moss is part of a very talented family of gospel musicians, including his father, Bill (of Bill Moss & the Celestials), and his cousin, part of the group the Clark Sisters. Eventually, J. (or James) would start his own group, a duo with brother Bill called the Moss Brothers. Over the next few years, the Moss Brothers would record a pair of albums and tour regionally, but the call of further education lured James away -- but not for long. He would only be two years in at Michigan State University before he realized that his true calling was in music, namely putting to work his skills in production and composition. A small-potatoes solo career inked just after returning to Detroit fizzled rather quickly, but it would be his participation in the production trio known as PAJAM that would catapult J. to greater success in his chosen genre. The group, made up of James, Paul Allen, and Walter Kearney, produced and composed a number of gospel hits, using traditional elements of gospel alongside more up-to-date hip-hop and R&B sounds. In 2004, J. Moss, with songs written with his PAJAM partners, decided to give a solo album another shot. The resulting work, The J. Moss Project, was released in 2004 and became a hit. J. decided to keep on working as a solo artist and in 2007 -- after a bit of delay -- released a follow-up entitled V2.... A remarkable success, it reached number one on Billboard's gospel chart. It also paved the way a slew of popular releases that followed through the mid-2010s. Just James, V4...The Other Side, Grown Folks Gospel, and GFG Reload topped the gospel chart as well. ~ Chris True

Detroit, MI
December 25, 1971




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