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Morray Describes His Rise From the Gutter in Southside-Produced “Ticket”

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Grainy, powerful, and effortlessly melodic, Morray’s voice is purpose-built for delivering inspirational bars about the struggle. Digging deep into his pre-fame life over a booming Southside beat, Morray shares Ticket,” his new single. Singing his heart out in short melodic bursts, Morray paints the contours of Southside’s instrumental with bars that contrast his past life “in the gutter” with his current life as a rising rap star. The Fayetteville, NC native combines his natural storytelling instinct with his knack for pithy one-liners: “I don’t have no siblings, so miss me with that brother sh*t,” he spits.

“Ticket” continues Morray’s upward trajectory, marked by new music, sold-out tour dates, and numerous award nominations. The new banger is Morray’s first single since Momma’s Love,” the heartfelt Mother’s Day anthem, which followed the poignant Still Here” ft. Cordae. Morray attended his first GRAMMY Awards this year, where he earned nominations for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, each honoring him for his involvement in J. Cole’s “m y l i f e” (also featuring 21 Savage). 

The two GRAMMY nominations are the culmination of a meteoric rise that started with “Quicksand,” a GOLD-certified hit that reached the Billboard Hot 100 and Jimmy Kimmel Live, and his critically acclaimed debut album Street Sermons, which propelled Morray to #1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart. Morray joined J. Cole on “The Off-Season Tour,” rocking sold-out crowd in a series of stadium dates. Morray was a standout performer at DreamVille Fest earlier this year and he reached a personal milestone in June, when he performed at Fayetteville’s Juneteenth Jubilee, marking his first-ever performance as a headliner in his hometown. 

Starting in September, you can catch Morray on tour with Kevin Gates on the “Big Lyfe” Tour. Buy tickets HERE.

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Nacho Soprano Shares “Mode”

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Florida rapper Nacho Soprano presents the Montana Shotya-directed music video for “Mode”, the new single from his new album Sorry For The Dedication. The Jacksonville native broke out in 2021 with “Killa Cam” (watch the music video on Youtube), and has two other full-lengths under his belt, Nacho Pharma and Nacho Supreme (stream on Spotify). Sorry For The Dedication is out now on Came From Zero LLC. Watch DJ Smallz Eyes interview Nacho on Youtube.

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Philly’s Dell Corcetti Shares Melodic New Song “Priceless”

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From Meek Mill to Lil Uzi Vert and Tierra Whack, Philadelphia is home to some of the hottest artists in the game. It should be no surprise we are sharing a new track from emerging 215 artist, Dell Corcetti. Titled “Priceless,” Dell croons over atmospheric production courtesy of Gibbo as he raps about his lady and lifestyle. 

“With this song, I was aiming to capture the spirit of many songs from my old playlist that shaped my taste in music. That’s where I found my inspiration for how I stitched together my melodies. Not to mention, the beat alone already stirred inspiration inside of me. The producer (Gibbo) really did his thing.”

Stream Dell Corcetti’s “Priceless” below, and/or on your preferred DSP.

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West Coast R&B Artist Dre Hill Releases His Highly Anticipated Album “On The Road” 

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Dre Hill is ready for the summer waves after the release of his highly anticipated album, “On The Road,” officially hit the masses. Packed with emotion, authenticity, and undeniable talent, “On The Road” promises to redefine the genre and solidify Dre Hill’s position as a rising star in the music industry.

At the core of “On The Road” lies a profound exploration of emotion, with themes of highs, lows, and the delicate balance of life. “This album is a true reflection of who I am as an artist and as a person. It’s about embracing the journey, no matter how challenging, and finding strength in vulnerability,” Dre Hill shares.

Setting this release apart from his previous work, Dre Hill’s growth as a musician and storyteller is palpable. With meticulously crafted beats and introspective lyrics, “On The Road” represents a new chapter in Dre Hill’s musical evolution.

Inspired by his own experiences and the unwavering support of his family, Dre Hill pours his heart and soul into each track. From overcoming adversity to chasing dreams, “On The Road” is a testament to resilience and perseverance.

The album’s lead single, “Not Promised Tomorrow,” featuring Lil Cide and IMB Izzy, is a powerful reminder to live life to the fullest and cherish every moment. With its infectious energy and uplifting message, the track is poised to resonate with listeners around the globe. As fans eagerly anticipate the album release, Dre Hill envisions receiving the project with open arms. “I hope listeners feel the dedication and passion poured into every song. This album is a labor of love, and I’m excited to share it with the world,” says Dre Hill.

In addition to the album drop, fans can look forward to captivating music videos, electrifying performances, and behind-the-scenes vlogs, offering an exclusive glimpse into Dre Hill’s creative process.

“As I continue on my musical journey, ‘On The Road’ represents a significant milestone and sets the stage for what’s to come,” shares Dre Hill. With boundless ambition and a commitment to authenticity, Dre Hill is poised to leave an indelible mark on the music scene.

For more information and updates on Dre Hill and his latest album “On The Road,” follow him on social media and stream the album on all major platforms starting today.

Listen to Dre Hill on the road album below.

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