Morray

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Artist Morray is an R&B/hip-hop artist with a unique style. A Singer and rapper, he shines a light with his lyrical flow, and has gained a large following for his diverse style.

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Description Artist Morray is an R&B/hip-hop artist with a unique style. A Singer and rapper, he shines a light with his lyrical flow and has gained a large following for his diverse style. Morray has been singing for most of his life; he grew up in the church and was head of the choir; his belief in God has been a significant part of his life. Early Days The artist's real name is Morae Ebony Ruffin; he was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. At twelve, he moved with his mum to Lebanon, Pennsylvania. While in the city, he mixed with the wrong crowd; and found himself constantly in trouble in school. After being involved in a fight, he got locked up for 18 months. Following his release, he repositioned himself back in North Carolina. Marriage and children came next. As a father and husband, he did his best to make ends meet and look after his family. Making music on the side was his passion. Drake became his inspiration; he admired his combination of rapping and singing and knew that he wanted to blend his musical skills in the same way. Uploading his music to SoundCloud, he would send his music to various artists; there were times he felt to quit, as it was hard to get a break. He recorded a song called "Quicksand," and a work colleague who was a videographer; offered him a free service to shoot a video for the track. In 2020, Morray uploaded the song to social media; it came under the attention of Moe Shalizi, a manager, who signed him to his newly formed label "Pick Six Records." "Dreamland," "Switched up," and "LowKey" were three more singles he released in 2020. He followed with "Quicksand," The track peaked on the Billboard 100. In 2021, Morray signed with Interscope Records, a deal combined with "Pick Sick Records."In 2021, Morray released his mixtape "The Street Sermons."