Texas-born rapper J’Moris released his debut full-length album Blac February this past February, after a string of 5 EP’s and 2 single releases starting with Moris Better: The Hangover in 2016. J’Moris’ Black February is released via Skylar Records.
Growing up in Fort Worth, Texas during the 90’s exposed J’Moris to a lot growing up. The drugs, pimps & thugs flooded the streets, which has helped build J’Moris’ ability to storytelling through his music.
Intending to be more raw and revealing than ever, Blac February is a sprawling 15-track album that is both completely autobiographical and yet universal. Whether he’s rapping about street life on Bleu Cheese, being antisocial on Venting, going through frustrating relationships on Anymore, being black in America on Alien, pre-game partying on B.I.D., or making sense of it all on Peace and Letter to God, J’s story is authentic and real. Those listening to his words about overcoming suicidal thoughts and paralyzing doubt on tracks like the soul-infused Make It Look Easy will reflect on their own struggle.
The result is a proper rap album that flows like a classic. With equal parts finesse and blunt force, balancing southern rap/hip hop, r&b, soul, and trap stylings, Blac February is a must-listen album for hardcore hip hop enthusiasts. Featured on the album are rappers D. Hewitt, 254 Assassin, and Bellafante as well as singer Valance and comedian Ben Jackson.
You can listen to Blac February on all digital platforms now and you can follow J’Moris on his social media accounts listed below