Morray hasn’t missed yet. With each release since “Quicksand,” the Fayatteville, NC, rapper gets stronger and stronger. On my personal favorite release of his yet, “Kingdom,” Morray asserts what success in the rap game looks like for him, “I just want a kingdom for my queen, a castle for my team.” In the video, he takes a look back at life pre-fame – he’s posted at a corner store trying to sell his CDs and at home playing monopoly with his family. One thing about Morray, he continues to stay true to his roots.
Signed to Pick Six Records, Morray made an instant impact with “Quicksand,” drawing praise from across the industry and the internet. “Quicksand” has more than 20 million YouTube views, 11 million Spotify streams, and 9 million streams on Apple Music, and is in current rotation on BET. It is currently charting at #5 on the Triller x Billboard chart, #10 on SoundCloud’s all-genre chart, #20 on YouTube’s US Music Video chart, at #18 on Shazam’s U.S chart (up from #70 last week), and at #30 on urban radio with 18 adds last week. Morray’s hit song can be found on the Rap Caviar, Most Necessary, and The Realest Down South playlists on Spotify and the Rap Life and The Plug playlists on Apple Music. Thanks to “Quicksand” and its follow-up releases, Morray earned powerful co-signs from all over the rap game, including from fellow North Carolina rappers J. Cole and DaBaby.