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Willie Moore Jr. found some success as an independent R&B artist before he made the switch to becoming a minister, gospel artist and radio host. He talked with Ed Lover about how his upbringing in St. Louis, Missouri molded him. He recalled seeing the Ferguson protests and riots from a different perspective from the rest of the nation, and signing to Universal Records right after Nelly. He also describes the difference between selling music and performing independently versus when he was a signed artist.

Plus, Willie explains the funny reason he started going to church before it was really all about God for him. Check out this exclusive video for more of this interview on the “Ed Lover Show.”

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