After expertly riding the wave of his viral success in these last recent months, Morray is steadily gearing up for the release of his debut project. His latest offering is “Trenches,” which marks the 28-year-old rapper’s first release following his deal with Interscope Records and paves the way for Street Sermons, his debut project set to release on Apr 28. On the track, he reflects on his roots and pays homage to the streets that raised him:
We all experience pain, and we have our own struggles/ It’s all about how you come out of it, what don’t kill you make you stronger, and what don’t break your pockets, make your money longer
I got love for the ghetto, love for the hood, love for the people that turn the bad into good/ Love for the people that think that it could be worse, love for the people that’s putting their family first/ I got love for the ghetto, love for the hood
After dropping off his emotional “Big Decisions” and “Kingdom” cuts within the last few months, Morray is ready for his big debut. In the aforementioned “Kingdom” visual, Morray dreams of the lifestyle he longs to provide for his loved ones one day, and he hopes this next chapter of his life will take him there. Morray has been waiting for his moment for years, and his life changed once his viral hit “Quicksand” took off, and rightfully so. The melodic track garnered co-signs from the likes of DaBaby, J. Cole, Rick Ross, G Herbo, Tay Keith, Marshmello, Yella Beezy. and Southside.
Be sure to tune into Morray’s brand new music video for “Trenches” down below and keep a look out for his project dropping next week.