Morley, weaves the threads of jazz, soul, and folk traditions into a singular tapestry of vocal and acoustic splendor — the sound wave of a life lived with uncommon devotion to human rights and environmental justice.
Raised in vibrantly multicultural Jamaica, Queens, and educated at the United Nations School, Duke Ellington High School for the Performing Arts and Alvin Ailey, Morley travels the world to sit with and sing for visionaries on the frontiers of social change.
Her music has appeared on network television, commercials and in human rights documentaries, and it has moved minds and spirits as diverse as His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, entrepreneur Richard Branson, Nobel laureates and Ela Gandhi. Morley has graced stages as wide-ranging as the Nomad Women’s Festival in the Sahara Desert, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall.
Morley has been a featured performer + speaker at TEDWomen and TEDx gatherings nation wide. “Circle Round Dignity, Courage and Survival a performance based round table which Morley produces has been generously commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Atrium. Morley spearheaded the successful fundraiser Borderless Lullabies that continues to be a source of revenue for the pro-bono legal defense fund, KIND: Kids – In – Need – Of – Defense, to aid reuniting children with their families after being separated by ICE.
In 2023, Morley released her first Family/Children’s album, Story of the Sky with her writing partner and husband for the project, Chris Bruce. Morley and Chris go by “The Bruces” for their music for children.

To date, Morley has released six albums of original songs via Sony, Universal and independently. five of which she self-produced as well as co-produced. She is a founding member of the cast of Toshi Reagon’s. “Parable Of The Sower – The Opera” and has penned songs for the great William Parker, Richard Bona, Youn Sun Nah, and more. She and Chris Bruce recently wrote and performed the theme song for, “That Kindness – A play for and by the Nurses of America” V (Formerly Eve Ensler).

Morley also uses music as a tool for dialogue facilitation and conflict resolution when working with survivors of human trafficking and war.

“Morley pushes for peace building through music.”


“Morley’s poetic and large-hearted lyrics reverence the unsung heroes and heroisms of which our noblest nature is woven, reminding us that art may be humanity’s mightiest tool of empathy and reconciliation”

Maria Popova

“Morley embodies modern-day NY femininity in all its multicultural finesse.”

The New York Times

“Morley creates modern soul music – cerebral lyrics, sultry grooves and vocal sophistication.”


“Morley’s harmonically interesting low-key vibe is one that combines Nina Simone’s coy wisdom with Joan Armatrading’s vulnerable expressions of emotion.”

Philadelphia Inquirer

“The music of Morley… love, kindness and hope at every bend.”

Daniel Lanois

“Morley expertly combines an earthiness, sensuality, etherealness, intelligence and social consciousness, and melds it into sophisticated, globally-minded pop.”

Bill Bragin