With his first release of 2023, Morray returns with his first release of the year and enlists Lil Tjay for the assist on the track. This introspective song titled “High Price” shares with the listener moments of reflection that the North Carolina native learned through the journey to the top of the music industry. In his verse, Meek, whose lyrics deal with chasing goals in order to achieve success, mentions Philly rapper Meek Mill when he raps:
Morray continued to stay connected with his fans throughout the year of 2022 through the release of singles such as the Southside-produced “Broken Vows,” and “Da Rant” and “Momma’s Love,” “Ticket,” “Still Here” in collaboration with Cordae. As well as contributing to the vocals to his own releases, Morray has also appeared on countless recent tracks such as “All Them Days” featuring Derez De’Shon, “Real S**t” featuring OMB Peezy, “TAIL LIGHTS” featuring Macklemore, and “Long The Way” featuring Jetson, which was featured on the Dreamville-curated soundtrack to Creed III.
It was April 2021, when the “Dreamland” artist released his last album, Street Sermons, which featured 13 tracks, including his breakout single, “Quicksand.” Later that year, he joined Toosii, 42 Dugg, Pooh Shiesty, Flo Milli, Coi Leray, and Blxst as a member of the XXL Freshman Class. As part of his career achievements, he attended his first Grammy Awards in early 2022, where he was nominated for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for his appearance on J. Cole “m y l i f e” alongside 21 Savage.