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Urban Gospel Artist D’Mott Nominated for 3 Rhythm of Gospel Awards


Pastor, singer and songwriter De’juaine G. Motley, known in music as D’Mott, carries an anointing that is necessary for this day and time in ministry and in music.  Because of his life experiences he is able to relate to the struggles of what most young teens and young adults are going through while trying to find peace in their pursuit of Christianity.

On September 1, 2013 D’Mott released his debut project ROMANCE IN THE GRAY. This new urban gospel artist has been nominated for three Rhythm of Gospel Awards in the following categories:

Urban Contemporary Male Vocalist

Best Performance by a Contemporary Artist

Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year

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 In response to his three nominations D’Mott says, “I am totally BLESSED and ESTATIC about my three nominations from the  Rhythm of Gospel Awards! This is Crazy Awesome!!!”

Along with his nominations, D’Mott has also been tapped to perform for the Rhythm of Gospel Awards artist showcase. The Rhythm of Gospel Awards show is set to take place on Saturday July 26, 2014 at the Sheraton Hotel in Birmingham, AL.

The multi-facted D’Mott has been Pastor of The Remnant House Outreach Church (The R.H.O.C.) in Buffalo, NY for three years.  He is also a professional drummer and has worked with Christian and mainstream artists:  Darwin Hobbs, Beverly Crawford, The Gospel Keynotes, John P. Kee, Ben Tankard, Earth, Wind & Fire, Osjai and Darrin Simpson of Black City Music Group, Chauncey Northington, Joseph Wooten, David Cruz, Robie Takac of the Goo-Goo Dolls, Shawny Mack of Kool and the Gang and many other notable artists.

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