American rapper and singer from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He received widespread recognition in 2020 with his debut single “Quicksand”, and released his debut mixtape Street Sermons in 2021
For Morray, experience is everything, otherwise known as the driving force behind the Fayetteville, North Carolina natives discography. Pain and faith are the driving force that birthed the melodic rappers sound, having taken his own so-called “Cinderella story” as ammunition to mould his cadence and pen. 2020 needed a feel-good story, and it found one in Morray.
Morae Ruffin, known professionally as Morray, would strike gold upon the release of his debut single “Quicksand”, a track he was first hesitant to release, but felt it was the “realist” track to touch his previous discography – of which he described as “phoney”. In a world where Morray celebrates small wins like buying his first house, the walls echo the blatant truth that music was first ed to him when he and his mother lived in a homeless shelter, a long way away from Moe Shalizi phonecalls. The blueprint of his remarkable turn-