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POWER LIFT WITH S02 EP 75 - Damion Murrill (Grammy & Stellar Nominated Producer, Songwriter & Artist‪)‬ Power Lift with Redd and Krystal Henry

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Some artists are sprinkled with musical talent and others seemed to have been saturated. Divinity Music Group Recording
Artist Damion Murrill clearly is dripping with the oil of God when it comes to the gift of music. Blessed with the ability to play,
sing, write and produce, he is a quadruple threat. As a member of the renowned Murrill family, son of Bishop & Evangelist
Murrill, he was introduced to music at home. But an introduction to GRAMMY Award Winner Donald Lawrence and the
subsequent release of his family’s CD, Family Prayer, catapulted this North Carolina-based family to the stratosphere with
Billboard charting hits, GRAMMY and Stellar Award Nominations and national notoriety. Now
continuing the family legacy, Damion Murrill steps into the role of artist, with his group Siloam,
delivering a brand new, choir-friendly single called “Kingdom Come”. One listen to Damion Murrill
and Gospel music fans will wonder what took this amazing artist so long to step to the lead mic.

Apart from the group, Damion has long been a
songwriter, and producer. He has worked with everyone
from Donald Lawrence to Tommy Sims to PJ Morton – just
to name a few.
Raised in Wilmington, North Carolina, music was
ever present in the Murrill household. “My father
was a pastor and my mother was the co-pastor,”
Damion re-counts. “There were six kids and all of
us played, sang in the choir, directed; we did it
all. I had brothers that played organ and bass; I
played drums. Growing up was a lot of fun,” says
Damion. He spent years under the music ministry
tutelage of his mother, Evangelist J. R. Murrill, an
amazing singer and choir director.

It was his “chance” meeting with Gospel great Donald Lawrence that opened up doors for him
in the Gospel music industry. After running into Lawrence at several concerts and workshops,
prior to him becoming the phenomenon he’s now known as, the two connected. Lawrence
took to Damion and his family and promised them that once he got to a place of
prominence, he would come back and get the Murrills. True to his word, he tapped
the group to join the Tri-City Singers, which Damion was a part, and
later, he took the group under his wing and was an integral part
of the family’s debut CD, Family Prayer. Damion along with his
brother, Andre Murrill, collaborated their co-producing skills
on the release which scaled the Billboard Top 20 Gospel
Music Chart. The project was a major success and The
Murrills received a GRAMMY Award Nomination for Best
Contemporary R&B Gospel Album and a Stellar Award
Nomination for New Artist Of The Year.

Raised in Wilmington, North Carolina, music was
ever present in the Murrill household. “My father
was a pastor and my mother was the co-pastor,”
Damion re-counts. “There were six kids and all of
us played, sang in the choir, directed; we did it
all. I had brothers that played organ and bass; I
played drums. Growing up was a lot of fun,” says
Damion. He spent years under the music ministry
tutelage of his mother, Evangelist J. R. Murrill, an
amazing singer and choir director.

Apart from the group, Damion has long been a
songwriter, and producer. He has worked with everyone
from Donald Lawrence to Tommy Sims to PJ Morton – just
to name a few.

Some artists are sprinkled with musical talent and others seemed to have been saturated. Divinity Music Group Recording
Artist Damion Murrill clearly is dripping with the oil of God when it comes to the gift of music. Blessed with the ability to play,
sing, write and produce, he is a quadruple threat. As a member of the renowned Murrill family, son of Bishop & Evangelist
Murrill, he was introduced to music at home. But an introduction to GRAMMY Award Winner Donald Lawrence and the
subsequent release of his family’s CD, Family Prayer, catapulted this North Carolina-based family to the stratosphere with
Billboard charting hits, GRAMMY and Stellar Award Nominations and national notoriety. Now
continuing the family legacy, Damion Murrill steps into the role of artist, with his group Siloam,
delivering a brand new, choir-friendly single called “Kingdom Come”. One listen to Damion Murrill
and Gospel music fans will wonder what took this amazing artist so long to step to the lead mic.

Apart from the group, Damion has long been a
songwriter, and producer. He has worked with everyone
from Donald Lawrence to Tommy Sims to PJ Morton – just
to name a few.
Raised in Wilmington, North Carolina, music was
ever present in the Murrill household. “My father
was a pastor and my mother was the co-pastor,”
Damion re-counts. “There were six kids and all of
us played, sang in the choir, directed; we did it
all. I had brothers that played organ and bass; I
played drums. Growing up was a lot of fun,” says
Damion. He spent years under the music ministry
tutelage of his mother, Evangelist J. R. Murrill, an
amazing singer and choir director.

It was his “chance” meeting with Gospel great Donald Lawrence that opened up doors for him
in the Gospel music industry. After running into Lawrence at several concerts and workshops,
prior to him becoming the phenomenon he’s now known as, the two connected. Lawrence
took to Damion and his family and promised them that once he got to a place of
prominence, he would come back and get the Murrills. True to his word, he tapped
the group to join the Tri-City Singers, which Damion was a part, and
later, he took the group under his wing and was an integral part
of the family’s debut CD, Family Prayer. Damion along with his
brother, Andre Murrill, collaborated their co-producing skills
on the release which scaled the Billboard Top 20 Gospel
Music Chart. The project was a major success and The
Murrills received a GRAMMY Award Nomination for Best
Contemporary R&B Gospel Album and a Stellar Award
Nomination for New Artist Of The Year.

Raised in Wilmington, North Carolina, music was
ever present in the Murrill household. “My father
was a pastor and my mother was the co-pastor,”
Damion re-counts. “There were six kids and all of
us played, sang in the choir, directed; we did it
all. I had brothers that played organ and bass; I
played drums. Growing up was a lot of fun,” says
Damion. He spent years under the music ministry
tutelage of his mother, Evangelist J. R. Murrill, an
amazing singer and choir director.

Apart from the group, Damion has long been a
songwriter, and producer. He has worked with everyone
from Donald Lawrence to Tommy Sims to PJ Morton – just
to name a few.

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