Moe Prada shows the world a new brand of high-class Hip Hop with new album “#Numbers”
LAS VEGAS, NV – If there’s one thing you can expect from Hip Hop artist Moe Prada, it’s that his music and fashion are high quality. Everyone who knows him personally knows this to be true, and the rest of the world is about to find out… thanks to the release of his new album “#Numbers.”
Distributed globally across all streaming platforms on Dec. 14, the album features nine hit songs that display this fast-rising artist’s truly original sound and style. Self-dubbed as a freestyle artist, Moe Prada likes to walk into the studio with an idea or a topic in mind and then riff off the top of his head. What comes out is an organic flow of hit lyrics that are connecting with people all over the world.
Take “Right Now” for instance – the debut single from his project. Based on his current romantic relationship, the song explores the passionate desire he has for his woman. Set against a laid-back, chill vibe, the song perfectly captures the yearning of a lover in ways that anyone who has ever been in love will be able to relate with.
He follows that with singles “Demons In Me” and “Remix the Box.” The first is an aggressive track that talks about the experiences he’s had growing up and living on the streets – from gang violence to spirituals and all of the gritty things that come with that lifestyle. The latter is a remix of Roddy’s hit single, but done in a way that is sure to draw attention from fans all over the world.
“Music is a part of my life,” he said. “Without music there is not me, and I think people will see that on this album. I love music. It’s in my blood.”
Moe said he first got started with music when he was a kid, performing in choirs at a young age before exploring his natural ability to rap during his teenage years. His first single, “It Costs,” was his first recorded freestyle. Currently available for people to see on his YouTube channel, the single is a perfect example of the kind of natural sound he offers to the world.
“Nobody can copy my style,” he said. “I’m doing it off my dome. The way I rap, you can’t copy my flow. How I even start off rapping is way different than any others. At the end of the day, I want my music to be known for reaching out to the public. I don’t care when it comes to gang banging and mainstream rappers, I cater to everyone. People said I couldn’t do it, but I want to show that I can. My heart is out there in my music.”
To listen to Moe Prada’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:
“Demons In Me”
“Roddy Mix Remix the Box”