|Birth name||Paul Leroy Porter|
|Born||August 20, 1962|
|Genres||gospel, black gospel|
|Labels||Light, Motown Gospel|
|Associated acts||The Christianaires|
Paul Leroy Porter (born August 20, 1962) is an American gospel musician. He started his solo music career, in 2008, with the release of, A New Day, that was released by Light Records. His second album, F.R.E.E., was released in 2014, with the backing of Motown Gospel releasing the project. These albums both charted on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart.
Porter was born on August 20, 1962 as Paul Leroy Porter, to father Reverend Eddie Porter and mother, Ora Porter. He grew up in Detroit, Michigan, and started singing at the age of three on Easter Sunday.
He was a part of The Christianaires, who were founded in the late 1980s by him and his brother along with his cousins. He departed the group to start his solo career in 2008, with the release of A New Day on September 30, 2008, by Light Records. This album charted on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart at No. 21. Cross Rhythms' rated the album an eight out of ten. His subsequent album, F.R.E.E., was released by Motown Gospel on September 2, 2014. The album charted on the Gospel Albums chart at No. 33.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|A New Day||
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- Amazon.com (September 2, 2014). "F.R.E.E." Retrieved March 19, 2015.