Detroit, Michigan-based gospel musician Paul Porter was an associate from the Stellar-nominated group the Christianaires, who have been active through the late ’80s with the initial fifty percent of the 2000s. Being a single musician, Porter — that has been performing since the age group of three — debuted in the Light label in 2008 using the album A FRESH Day, which highlighted an appearance from fellow Michigander Rance Allen, in addition to one from Harvey Watkins, Jr., and peaked at amount 21 on Billboard’s gospel graph. Porter later agreed upon to Motown Gospel, where he released F.R.E.E. in 2014. Another solid group of gospel that mixed traditional and modern noises while leaning toward the previous, it reached amount 33 in the gospel graph. Porter in addition has collaborated with famous brands the Jackson Southernaires, the Williams Brothers, as well as the Canton Spirituals.