The MAJOR. power of positivity

It makes sense that MAJOR. was one of the first to rise to the occasion of Tyler Perry's #HesGotTheWholeWorldChallenge. MAJOR., the R&B singer-songwriter and actor who calls his community "beautiful people" on the regular, is known as being a hugely positive player in the urban radio landscape.

It makes sense that MAJOR. was one of the first to rise to the occasion of Tyler Perry's  #HesGotTheWholeWorldChallenge. MAJOR., the R&B singer-songwriter and actor who calls his community "beautiful people" on the regular, is known as being a hugely positive player in the urban radio landscape.  And Perry, in a reminder to the world that God is watching out for us in these uncertain times, issued his challenge in hopes that one particular song will be recorded everywhere, in every language.

When MAJOR. visited the kids of St. Jude in February to play a few of his best loved songs, he literally could not stop smiling. He sat down for our signature Inspired Questions interview and explained the source of positivity, "I keep my music uplifting because of my faith. My faith lifts me. Hope lifts me. And I want to give people what I feel, what I've got."

MAJOR. joined Perry's virtual, global chorus and introduced his version of He's Got the Whole World on social media last week: "Wasn’t perfect in voice but the message was perfect for me & hopefully for you too. WE GON’ BE ALRIGHT, Beautiful People. Love a little harder on somebody today."

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