Omarion continues his cuffin’ season movement with the release of ‘Care Package 4 (CP4),’ the latest body of work from the reignited R&B artist, a …
Canadian singer/songwriter Maurice Moore follows up the recently released offering, “Little More,” with the seductive new single, “Thotline,” both set to appear on his forthcoming EP ‘The Amber …
After dropping a few newbies in June (2017), Canadian Singer/songwriter Maurice Moore delivers the intoxicating new single, “Little More,” a record that urges his female companion to be attentive and appreciative of the “little things.”
STXRY’s Maurice Moore has released three new tracks in his six-week Sunday Gems series, the EDM/Funk-inspired “Just 2,” the bass-heavy club-banger “Scars,” and the slow jam “Something About You.”
Unlike other vocalists who run headfirst at the ladies with over-the-top brags, Moore keeps it simple and plays it cool with a simple request: “Say my name, girl.”
Things aren’t going like you planned? Shrug it off, everything will be ok! TSNMI Mob’s Maurice Moore does just that on his new offering, “C’est La Vie” (French for “that’s life”).
Tsunami Mob’s Maurice Moore releases his sixth single of 2016 entitled “Please You.” On the song, the Toronto-based artist pens a message anyone can relate to; it’s meant to empower those to not seek outside validation, and to live for themselves: essentially, the essence of true happiness.
Filmed in sunny Arizona and visualized by Matty J, palm trees appear as the picture perfect backdrop for this dancehall-influenced vibe, while Moore cruises in his old school Thunderbird…
On the heels of releasing “The Feels” last week, Tsunami Mob member Maurice Moore releases his second single in days titled “Awesome.” Produced by fellow Canadian KRS., the vibey and free uptempo son allows Moore to showcase his penchant for a catchy, infectious melody..
Kehlani’s Canadian addition to her Tsunami Mob collective, Maurice Moore, pulls out a different side for his fans with his latest release “The Feels.” Produced by Sober Rob and The Auracle, the atmospheric, down-tempo production is laced with Moore’s intimate writing which is meant to give that special someone those chilling feels.