If you’re not already privy to Morray, here’s a primer: the Fayetteville, NC, rapper struck gold a few weeks ago when he released his debut single “Quicksand.” The video has racked up 2.7M views on YT to date and earned co-signs earned powerful co-signs from the likes of Jay-Z, who listed “Quicksand” as one of his favorite songs of 2020, fellow North Carolinian J. Cole, superstar DJ Marshmello, rap icon Rick Ross, and more. it’s not hard to see why — Morray comes out the door (literally and figuratively) beaming with charm, alternately rapping and singing in his church-trained tenor about making something shake out of difficult situations. Last week, he shared “Switched Up,” and today, he shares “Low Key”.
With a church-trained voice and an infectious charm, Fayetteville, North Carolina rapper Morray is a readymade star. His debut single “Quicksand” racked up over 1 million views in less than three weeks of release, and earned over 800k Spotify streams after its inclusion in the Most Necessary, The Realest Down South, and Fresh Finds playlists. “Quicksand” earned powerful co-signs from the likes of fellow North Carolinian J. Cole, superstar DJ Marshmello, rap icon Rick Ross, and most importantly, Morray’s mom. He recently released his heartfelt follow-up single “Switched Up” and is currently hard at work on his debut project.
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