Today, Fayetteville's finest, Morray welcomes his first full-length project. Floating off of his infectious hit "Quicksand" from last fall, his 13-track project Street Sermons brings us into a world of gritty, soulful, and spiritual hip-hop.
The charismatic crooner/rapper creates soundscapes that intertwine vocals rooted in Southern church choirs and true street stories. Showing love to those who have pushed through the struggles of loss, poverty, and pain on "Trenches", reveling in his rise to fame on "Kingdom", Street Sermons encapsulates the life of a star in the making. To celebrate his new release, Morray also dropped a visual for "Can't Use Me", a guitar-ladened track that showcases his unwavering authenticity and love to his people. Bringing the track to life, the video follows him as he's held hostage by faceless mannequins in a studio booth which could relay that the rapper is truly one of a kind. Check out the video and enjoy some new summer bangers.
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