Street Sermons

Morray - Street Sermons
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Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 28 ratings
April 28, 2021 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
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Very, *very* one note, but it's pleasant enough. Can't Use Me and Real Ones are my favorites, but you could play any of these songs in a car or at a party and it'd be easy to vibe to. Just don't expect too much out of a front-to-end listen, it won't stump you like that.
This Guy is Rod Wave but better in every single way! With Heavy co-signs from fellow North Carolina natives J. Cole & DaBaby he's someone with a very very Bright Future.
I was expecting good things from his singles, but this blew those out of the water, this dude is a hook god, everything here is instantly catchy, it's not often where an artist seems to instantly outdo others in their lane, but this dude did it, I really don't think there's an artist in melodic trap I enjoy more than this right now, but he's not just a melodic rapper, he also packs in some sick flows and hard production, usually piano based, not to mention his lyrical content is a cut above the ... read more
This guy blows all other melodic rappers out of the water already (other than maybe Roddy Ricch), dude's voice is crazy. This project is pretty entertaining but it starts to fall into a bit of a slump and starts to sound too samey real quick even considering the short run time. Won't knock that Morray has insane talent, I just wish he'd use that talent in other things rather than crooning over boring trap beats.
Geez I mean he has a good voice but why in the world is this so highly rated? Songs are quite formulaic and generic sounding, how is this any different or better than what Rod Wave or RMR have already done? Lots of repetitive flows as well, it’s not that he doesn’t have potential, I just don’t think he’s capitalized on it yet.
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Track List

  1. Mistakes
  2. Trenches
  3. Quicksand
  4. That's On God
  5. Nothing Now
  6. Reflections
  7. Big Decisions
  8. Can't Use Me
  9. Kingdom
  10. Switched Up
  11. Facade
  12. Real Ones
  13. Bigger Things
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Added on: April 24, 2021