Gospel Music Star J Moss Involved in House Fire, Escapes Unharmed

Grammy Award-winning producer and Stellar Award-winning artist J Moss, 42, was home alone on Tuesday evening (10/14) when fire broke out.

The flames quickly spread throughout the house, but Moss was able to escape. The cause of the fire has yet to be determined. J Moss, best known for hit songs, "We Must Praise," "Praise on the Inside," "Psalm 150" and collaborations with Kirk Franklin ("Could've Been Me") and Byron Cage ("We Love You"), is requesting that everyone keep him, his wife and two sons in prayer.

The Detroit native started his singing career in the mid-90s touring with The Clark Sisters. J Moss and his cousin, Karen Clark-Sheard, signed to Island Records in 1996 where they recorded a solo album.

Moss, Paul Allen and Walter Kearney started working together as a trio and called themselves PAJAM.

PAJAM, encourages Moss' supporters to send their love and support to the singer via social media by using the handle, @InsideJMoss (Twitter, Instagram, FB) or via email, pajam@sbcglobal.net.

MStars News previously reported that J Moss, along with 21:03, performed live at V103 For Sisters Only event in Atlanta, GA, over the weekend.

The 23rd annual FSO is an indoor festival featuring celebrities, products, health, beauty, workshops and more.

J Moss' current single, "Alright OK," is available for purchase on iTunes now and his new project,Grown Folks Gospel, will be available this fall.

Please keep J Moss and his family in your prayers.

Source: MStarz
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