Ayo M. Morton | The Rumors Are True

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The Rumors Are True

by Ayo M. Morton

Ayo M. Morton has been doing spoken word for more than 10 years and has finally broken down and recorded the experience. "The Rumors Are True" is the long awaited spoken word CD!
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Untitled
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1:39 album only
2. The Oak Tree (feat. Robbie Cunningham & Ma'at Ahmed)
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3. Genesis 50:20 (feat. Rev. Alesia Johnson)
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4. 11:53pm!!!
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5. A Survivor's Story
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6. Supergiant
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7. Grey Goose and the Glass (feat. Ashby Anderson)
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8. I Just Write Poetry
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9. I Fell in Love With Poetry
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10. Writer's Block
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11. The Colon
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12. I Am Black!!! (feat. Lorna Pinckney)
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"I am not a writer! Prayerfully, I am a person that is so passionate about people that I strategically place words in order to reorder their lives!" Ayo M. Morton is a teacher by profession... So it is easy to understand how her love for writing and her passion for educating others gave birth to her talent. She never admits that she is just a spoken word artist. She is a novelist (3 novels to be exact) and she does do poetry, but she believes that her responsibility is much too strong to ever be simply referred to as poetry. She believes that every time she is behind a microphone it is an assignment to feed someone's brain. "Now take a second let the words connect with your mental... No scalpel operating with a pad and a pencil!"


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