New Video! Justin Bieber’s “Sorry,” Motown Style feat. Shoshana Bean

We just released a new album!

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Here's the first new single, featuring the incredible Shoshana Bean on vocals:  we turned Justin Bieber's hit song, "Sorry" into a '60s Motown jam.  Watch here:

Although taking a Justin Bieber song back to the '60s may seem like a stretch, the lyrics to "Sorry" aren't far from those of some classic Motown tunes, which made this arrangement come together quite organically.  Motown Records was responsible for some of the most enduring grooves of the 20th century, and you might just recognize a few nods to them in this video.   As always, Shoshana gave a stellar vocal and reminded us yet again why she is one of the best performers in the world. The addition of two more incredible vocals talents - Luke Edgemon (from our cover of "I Want It That Way") and Mario Jose - took this video to the next level.


The new PMJ album features a number of brand new tracks; we'll be rolling the new videos out every Thursday.  Enjoy!



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  • Matt Polani

    No apology needed– that is GRRRRREAT!!!

  • weddle32

    I want lots more of this :-)!

  • Brad Wylie

    This is magnificent. The work done to get this vocal blend so seamless is beyond belief. This is immediately right up there among the best you’ve ever done!

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  • Awesome!

  • Fuzzy

    My husband and I came across PMJ by accident while looking up past American Idol contestant Hailey Rhinehart! We tried to watch all of the videos we could see that night and the next!! We have shared with all of our friends!! We are somewhere in mid life. Young at heart with old souls. This fits us perfectly!! Love it!!

  • marge201

    As usual, don’t the song but damn, is this fantastic! The back-up guys are great along with of course Shoshana Bean, who’s fabulous. Great!

  • Andrew

    PMJ is so very innovative. I too was searching Hailey Rhinehart; loved her in “Its all about the bass.” Boy does Morgan James have the pipes. The PMJ band & Scott Brandlee are sensational. Also magnificent is Sarah Reich and her tap dancing ability, proving that “tap” hasn’t disappeared.

  • Andresa Gil

    We’re going to be in the audience in Portugal, for you guys! Excelent covers, excelent voices, excelent presence, charisma and joy! See you in April! Andresa and Jorge