Morray Drops Smooth New Song "Bad Situations"
North Carolina’s Morray continues his rise to fame with his slick new single “Bad Situations," his second song since releasing 'Street Sermons' this year.
North Carolina’s Morray continues his rise to fame with his slick new single “Bad Situations.”
The emotional track sees Morray flaunt his vocal talents, riding a line somewhere between rapping and singing in the verses, then belting out the chorus. The song is Morray’s second new release since he dropped Street Sermons earlier this year, following “Mime,” which appeared on the Madden 22 soundtrack.
Last month, Morray did his part to keep the legacy of the late MO3 alive with their single “In My Blood.”
Morray released his debut project Street Sermons to a positive response, peaking at No. 41 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Riding off the success of his breakthrough single “Quicksand,” he also made a memorable appearance on J. Cole’s The Off-Season alongside 21 Savage on “My Life.” Morray will join both rappers on Cole’s Off-Season tour starting this Friday, Sept. 24 in Miami, Florida.
Listen to “Bad Situations” above via YouTube or here through Spotify:
Morray was also a part of the Madden NFL 22 soundtrack official music video, which includes a number of rappers repping their NFL team like 42 Dugg, Tierra Whack, and Swae Lee.