Morray On How “Quicksand” Changed His Life & “Industry Plant” Allegations | For The Record

Morray has been on an incredible journey since dropping breakout hit, “Quicksand,” last October. In less than a year, the artist, who was once struggling to make ends meet in Fayetteville, North Carolina, has received cosigns from artists like J. Cole, inked a deal with Interscope Records, and just dropped his debut project ‘Street Sermons.’

On the latest episode of For The Record, Morray sat down with Genius’ VP of Content Strategy Rob Markman to discuss the project, which showcases Morray’s soulful blend of singing and rapping. Morray reflected on how his life has changed since the huge success of “Quicksand” and why he’s unbothered by allegations that he’s an industry plant.

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