If you are a fan of Morray, you know that his musical style oscillates between singing and rap. In a song track, he rams his bars into the trenches with a nervous flow. And in another, he flexes his vibrato with the soul of an entire church choir. As for his five favorite rappers of all time, the 2021 XXL First-year studentThe ability to interweave the two makes sense.
The first influential artist to appear on his list is none other than Drizzy Drake. “He helped me discover with song and rap that you don’t have to be just a singer or a rapper,” Morray expresses.
Next, the 28-year-old thanks J. Cole for setting the tone for aspiring performers raised in their hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. “Bull is the GOAT,” Morray said of the man. he will soon be on tour with 21 Savage.
Next up is Lil Wayne, who rightfully needs his name to be respected. “Don’t act like he doesn’t have all your fire from the 2000s to 2010s,” says Morray. “And your fire from 2015. So let’s just give it that respect.
Replaying things at this mention of having a rushed flow, he places Logic in fourth place. “I really like Logic just because of his versatility, how quickly he raps and the things he talks about,” Morray shares. “He’s not afraid to be himself.”
To finish, Morray, in a light-hearted – although serious – way discloses that he is indeed one of his biggest fans. “And my last favorite rapper, he just started. It is also quite new. I think he has a song called “Quicksand”. Me ! He stamps. You can’t even hit it.
Watch Morray name his top five favorite rappers below.