This past month, Morray kicked off what is hoped to be a new album campaign, releasing a powerful song called “Letter To Myself,” a song that saw him coming to terms with the mistakes he made post-fame. This week (November 18), he continues his journey with a new record, “Broken Vows,” which is a D.A. produced record that highlights his willingness to be transparent about the apparent infidelity in his relationship:
Morray experienced what many would consider to be the biggest year of his career in 2021, thanks in part to the release of his debut LP, Street Sermons, on the back of which a series of successful singles were released, including the gold-certified single, “Quicksand.” Morray has since continued to build upon his success with a number of loose releases and collaborative efforts, including “All Them Days,” “Bad Situations” produced by Derez De’Shon, “In My Blood,” “Mime” by MO3, “Never Fail” produced by Benny the Butcher, “Still Here” with Cordae, “Ticket,” and “Momma’s Love.” Additionally, the North Carolina native has joined the ranks of other stars including Flo Milli, Coi Leray, Toosii, 42 Dugg, Blxst, Pooh Shiesty, and as one of XXL’s freshmen class of 2021, you will learn much more about.
A couple of years ago, Morray, while speaking with “Big Facts” about his intentions for his listeners, described his intentions as follows.