Check out the latest visuals from Morray’s “Trenches” video which was directed by donthypeme and thevilleprod. This track follows “Quicksand,” “Kingdom,” “Switched Up,” and “Big Decisions,” as the fifth single from Morray’s first full-length offering, Street Sermons.
The track was produced by KC Supreme & The Beat Menace and currently sits at #85 on the Billboard Hot 100. Morray earned powerful co-signs from all over the rap game, including from fellow North Carolina rappers J. Cole and DaBaby.
Trenches – Music Video
“I really want people to understand that the ghetto ain’t all bad,” he told Lowe when discussing the message behind “Trenches.” “We’re not all in there sad, we’re not all in there run [amok] and led astray. Some of us are really in there living our lives. We still go outside, we still hanging out, play basketball, chill with our homies, sit on the porch…kids hula hooping. It’s regular out there. It’s not all just bad. We know how to celebrate the good. We can still celebrate our smiles too.” ~ Morray