Morray Keeps His Momentum Rolling With “Switched Up”
Written by B87FM on November 19, 2020
A couple of weeks again, a rapper from Fayetteville, North Carolina named Morray discovered his single “Quicksand” on the receiving finish of some main reward from J. Cole and Rick Ross; earlier than lengthy, the monitor had compiled over a million YouTube views in a matter of weeks, a quantity that continues to develop. Now, the melodic rapper has come by to journey his momentum with one other new single, this one titled “Switched Up,” launched full with some uncooked visuals to match.
Although not fairly as instantly infectious as “Quicksand,” “Switched Up” does showcase a much more introspective aspect to Morray, one which is not afraid to mirror on the violence he is confronted all through his come-up — usually as a direct results of interior circle betrayal, an age-old difficulty for rising rappers in all places. “He was my dawg, he is my g, we was connected on the hip,” he raps, his move rapid-fire. “However I discovered my lesson, it is upward development my n***a it’s what it’s / see I needed to drop on him final evening, my n***a you coulda been hit, however I can not put your ass within the grave if I am the one digging the ditch.”
Test it out for your self now, and hold forth when you intend on inserting Morray in your radar. At this price, it feels prefer it’s solely a matter of time earlier than he begins to explode.
He was my dawg, he is my g, we was connected on the hip
However I discovered my lesson, it is upward development my n***a it’s what it’s
See I needed to drop on him final evening, my n***a you coulda been hit,
However I can not put your ass within the grave if I am the one digging the ditch