Morray is an American rapper and singer from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He came into widespread recognition in 2020 with his debut single “Quicksand”, and his mixtape Street Sermons touched at number 41 on the US Billboard 200. He had also signed to Interscope Records in a joint venture with Pick Six Records.
Morray was born on September 09, 1992, and his birthplace is Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States.
Later, he moved to Lebanon, Pennsylvania at age 12, and lived there for six years before moving back to his hometown.
He served jail time in his early 20s with stints in juvenile detention.
He worked at the construction site and recorded some music tapes but one day, he met a rap collective called SGS which helped him start making music.
In 2014, he released his first song, which he recorded for his wife’s birthday, and later started taking music seriously.
In March 2020, he released his first music video “Quicksand”, which led to his being discovered by a record label called Pick Six Records.
Morray has also featured some songs with Mo Chedda in “Snitch On Ya Man’s” and “In Da Trap”.
Later in October 2020, Morray and Shalizi re-released ”Quicksand”, which was charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
After that, he received co-signs from fellow North Carolina rappers J. Cole and DaBaby.
He was featured as part of Billboard’s Emerging Artists Spotlight as his single amassed millions of streams.
Later, he also released three more singles in 2020 “Switched Up”, “Low Key”, and “Dreamland”.
On April 28, 2021, he released his mixtape ”Street Sermons” which debuted on the US Billboard 200 at number 41.
Morray was a guest feature on J. Cole’s album The Off-Season, on the song “My Life” with 21 Savage.
He was featured on the 2021 XXL Freshman Class and also joined J. Cole and 21 Savage on their co-headlining The Off-Season Tour as their opener.