It has been a busy few months for Morray as he has released a number of tracks, such as the Southside-produced “Momma’s Love,” “Ticket,” “Still Here” in collaboration with Cordae, and the most recent, “Broken Vows.” It would appear Morray is wrapping up the year with his final release, “Da Rant,” a bar-heavy track that examines his life experiences. In addition, Shawn White directed the accompanying video, which shows an in-depth look at the creative process and shows everything from the studio lighting to the stage lighting, and captured everything the video goes through during the production process. His song, which was recorded later this year, is an open ode to his hard-working upbringing as well as to his future plans:
Morray’s most recent project (a 13-track collection of work) was released in April of last year and featured a number of hits, including his breakout single, “Quicksand.” In addition, at the beginning of the year, the rapper made his debut appearance at the Grammys and for that performance, he was nominated for both Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, both for the song he performed on J. Cole’s “m y l i f e” with 21 Savage. Furthermore, he would join the ranks of Pooh Shiesty, Toosii, 42 Dugg, Coi Leray, Flo Milli, and Blxst as part of the XXL Freshman Class of that year.
During an interview with the duo behind “Switched Up,” the “Switched Up” artist discusses how significant it is not to become complacent. It is my firm belief that the results you will receive will be far from the only things to be gained from this experience. It is not sufficient to stay here and think that is sufficient. As for me, I’m better than everything you have seen so far, and I intend to demonstrate this to you. When the album and videos are released, you’re going to realize that Morray is much better than what you’re already used to in terms of what you’ve been listening to. Thus, it is necessary for me to have more love,” he explained to me.