It is with deep sadness that PAJAM/PMG Gospel Records sends their condolences to family and friends of gospel artist Vaughn Murphy, who transitioned to be with the Lord.
Vaughn Murphy (DeVaughn Muphy) is best known for penning the hit gospel songs, “Chasing After You,” “Make Me Righteous”, and “Let Us See Jesus.” Murphy captured the hearts of many with his universal sound. His music and lyrics have broken many barriers of race and religion through his limitless love and harmonious voice.
He was one of Christian music’s top songwriters and his musicianship can be heard through gospel artists such as his brother, Pastor William Murphy III, Tasha Cobbs, Vashawn Mitchell and Tye Tribbett.
Vaughn Murphy’s recording home, PMG Gospel, is set to release his powerful new single, “We Will Worship,” on August 11, 2015; in which a portion of the proceeds from the single will go towards Murphy’s wife Khia Murphy and the Vaughn Murphy Foundation. Murphy’s foundation is dedicated to keep his legacy alive and to help nurture the souls of those that was touched by his ministry.
Paul “PDA” Allen of PAJAM/PMG Gospel says on his untimely passing:
“We were honored to know a person with such a huge heart and love for God as Vaughn; his ministry will live on forever. We are deeply hurt, but we know God has a plan.”
Followers of Vaughn Murphy’s ministry can visit all major digital outlets to purchase, “We Will Worship,” on August 11, 2015.
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