Morray is determined to keep his momentum going. After dropping off his emotional “Big Decisions” cut last month, he’s back again with another video. In the freshly dropped “Kingdom” visual, Morray dreams of the lifestyle he longs to provide for his loved ones one day. The CeeGee Uchila-directed video shows him putting his hours in and hustling in front of a local grocery store, passing out copies of his mixtape, only to be met with little support as he raps his opening hook and verse:
I just want a kingdom for my queen. A castle for my team, money for the babies college fund, Fla-dap flexing on em one on one./ Can’t believe it’s time, I’m finally getting mine. On a cloud living on a high. Blow the clouds rolling who I. I got so much on my shoulders man it’s so much on my heart. Gotta keep my shit together or I might just fall apart/ What I’m writing is my story turn it to art. I ain’t focused on the ending, I’m just glad I got to start. Looking at a new beginning now my life is living better./ I ain’t even got no money but got reasons to keep my head up. Living in the same hood as when I started this endеavor.
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. The Fayetteville native is quickly gaining steam and is gearing up to release his debut project, and judging by the frequency of his single drops, we may be getting that project in the near future.
Be sure to watch Morray’s brand new music video for “Kingdom” down below.