Late last year, Morray dropped off a new single titled “Quicksand” — a heartfelt, multi-layered number that has since earned the rising Fayetteville star co-signs from fellow hometown hero J. Cole, as well as other peers like Southside, DaBaby, and Rick Ross. Since then, he’s kept the momentum going with equally dope cuts like “Switched Up,” “Low Key,” “Dreamland,” “Kingdom,” and “Big Decisions.” Now, he unveils his official debut project Street Sermons, a 13-track offering filled with most of the aforementioned tracks, as well as more of the genre-bending soul that’s made Morray a proverbial breath of fresh air to many.
Street Sermons marks Morray’s first body of work under Interscope Records by way of Moe Shalizi’s Pick Six imprint, a deal that was officially announced earlier this month. Shalizi spoke more on the milestone to Billboard:
“There was so much synergy between our side and Interscope that it just felt right, we are really excited to be working with John Janick and the rest of the team.”
“I’m speaking for every person that has real emotions ... I’m speaking to everyone that has a heart. Every song that you hear from me is a real feeling. I want people to cry with me. I want people to grow with me. I want people to understand where we’ve come from, and that we can always make it out of everything. ... It’s just so dope to be on a winning team with Pick Six and to add a power house like Interscope to the mix is just an amazing blessing.”
With that, fans can now press play on Morray’s Street Sermons below, along with a new visual for “Can’t Use Me.”