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Bmoorer Reps Detroit & Drops Intense Visuals For “Legend”

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Detroit native Bmoorer is a promising upcoming rapper that’s been steady making moves, and recently released a stellar music video for his bouncy new single, “Legend”. With a steady grind, a defined sound, and a bright future in front of him, Emcee is proud to shine a spotlight on the skilled Detroit artist, Bmoorer.

“Legend” is Bmoorer’s first official music video, and with it, he pushes the envelope to achieve a moody and vivid precedent for himself. Director Sabrina Gregory utilizes fluorescently smokey effects, to emphasize an authentic moodiness brought forth by the raw Detroit skylines and alleyways. Graffiti art, nice cars, and banger music comprise the three and a half minute video to enforce the underground Detroit rap sound Bmoorer is all about.

The song “Legend”, produced by Daniel Hex, is dark, melodic, and a lowkey trap banger. On it’s own, “Legend” proves Bmoorer is a contender in his own right. Give it a stream on Soundcloud below.

Brian Moorer’s hometown is Detroit, and he pulls inspiration from a couple of the cities’ contemporary legends, in Eminem and Big Sean. Bmoorer’s music is also influenced by all time greats like Kanye West, Drake, Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, Lil Wayne, and Michael Jackson himself. Bmoorer’s style is often laid back, and plays on the fringe of offering insightful urban perspectives and simply balling out. 21980481_151562458770022_1809924112164847616_n

Bmoorer would turn to Soundcloud with his first uploads in 2016. That year, he would drop five tracks, showing versatility in songs like “Non-Stop” and “Love Lost”. Releasing “Young God” at the start of 2017, Bmoorer would follow up the flexible anthem with singles  “Space”, “For Me”, “Don’t You Go Given Up”, and “Busy”, leading up to “Legend”, which would drop October 7th.

With a convincing history of singles dating back to 2016, as well as a unique, and interesting style combined with a wealth of influences and talent behind him, Bmoorer has an exciting future looking ahead. The visuals for “Legend” have been one of Bmoorer’s most impressive displays of creativity yet, and we look forward to seeing Bmoorer continue representing Detroit with new wave music and visuals.

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Joe Reitan
Born in Portland Oregon, Joe Reitan was raised to fulfill his sense of freedom and ambition. He moved to Eastern Washington as a teen, going down several paths such as computer engineering, competitive football and baseball, and was successful in his local FBLA and DECA clubs on a state level. At 18, Joe took steps towards his real passion, music. Creating his own website to post his content as he dove ever deeper into the world of music, he looked to bypass the traditional ways of life that he felt were so unfit for him.

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