There’s one thing that hits completely different with Texas lure, hip hop and R&B artist J’Moris’s newest two songs. Launched lately in late October, it’s not simply the truth that he’s flexed his singing muscle within the steamy R&B monitor “N.A.Okay.E.D.” Produced by Anywaywell, who’s labored with J’Moris on a variety of different tracks, “Jelly (You Factor Pt. 2)” and “N.A.Okay.E.D” show even cleaner tech than standard, making them two of J’Moris’s finest tracks up to now.
Because the parenthetical a part of its title implies, “Jelly” is a continuation of J’Moris’s anthem to haters, “You Factor,” launched on his February Moris Higher: Loveless Confessions album. It’s one among his hottest tracks in line with Spotify, however extra success tends to draw extra jealousy, so it’s not shock that there’s an element two right here. Snappy and one of many extra energetically-spit lyrical units within the J’Moris catalog, the beat is lure spliced with basic hip hop, the syncopation completely matching the verse. It appears J’Moris and Anywaywell have been actually in sync with this monitor, because the beat rolls by way of the monitor, including to the story being informed. With its super-clean sound design, it’s not stunning “Jelly” already has a few of the highest stream numbers for J’Moris on Spotify.
As talked about the silky bed room monitor “N.A.Okay.E.D” reveals J’Moris reprising his R&B singer function from “Nana,” one other monitor from Moris Higher. A barely easier monitor vocally, “N.A.Okay.E.D” isn’t any much less gratuitous than “Nana” but it surely’s a bit smoother and extra soulful than its predecessor. The smoothness wanting softens the sharp edges of the sexual lyrics, making a steadiness monitor regardless of the content material. At first pay attention, it appears as if the trrack can be clean, basic R&B, however the phrase transitions have some sudden lure stylings which make “N.A.Okay.E.D” additionally a dance monitor. It’s extremely versatile and once more reveals a step up in manufacturing for the duo of Anywaywell and J’Moris whil additionally staying true to their lure roots.
Impressed by UK grime and storage, lots of rappers and hip hop artists have been together with partially sung vocals of their work currently. Normally these are half-rapped half-sung and meant to harmonize with the music, however that’s not what J’Moris is doing on “N.A.Okay.E.D.” he’s received a powerhouse of an R&B voice and when he makes use of it, he goes for it full-on. With the stepped-up tech of those two tracks, J’Moris with Anywaywell may see themselves reaching a fair wider viewers organically, with out compromising their fashion. Followers will little doubt look foward to what they’ve to supply subsequent.
“Jelly (You Factor Pt. 2)” and “N.A.Okay.E.D” are out now and will be streamed on Spotify.