“Dream bigger than others can imagine and always remember if you can see it, you can be it.” This is a quote rapper Blakk Moses lives by. It reflects his big dreams and dedication as an artist. He is confident that he is destined to become the next superstar to make it out of the Midwest and he is ready for the world to know his name.
Coming from having a love for all genres of music while incorporating storytelling and addictive flows, the Youngstown, Ohio native can flip the switch from gutter rap to hype sounds. Growing up, he looked up to rap icons like 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and Tupac. These artists helped develop his sound and aesthetic. It is his versatility and songwriting abilities that will ultimately set him apart from his peers over the coming years.
“I moved to Cleveland in the 7th grade, I have to give thanks to my mother for getting us out of the city and setting me up for a better life.”
Blakk Moses who grew up in a family that comes from the streets frequently thanks his mother for everything he has in life. She always aimed to steer him in the right direction and support his dreams. His brother was drafted into the NBA and Moses was going to follow him but he ended up hurting both of his knees. He looks at the situation as a positive though explaining the injury ruined his basketball career but it helped him focus on his overall purpose.
In his previous songs like “Bend Sum” and “5Eva,” it shows listeners everything Moses is capable of making. He calls “Bend Sum” a heavy banger that is bound to get music lovers on their feet. However, at the top of the year, he released his EP called ‘Wikk Blokk Vol 1.’ This was a special moment for him because he really felt like a rapper. He always knew he was a star and the music he was making proved just that.
Moses is hitting the ground running with his first promotion run visiting multiple cities in Florida to promote his latest single “Way We Live.” The new single produced by Cleveland native DeBake gives the listeners a glimpse in to the how Moses grew up. The video will be released early October and the song is now available on all streaming platforms.
“I see myself evolving in every way. I love music and one day I will be versatile enough for everyone.” -Blakk Moses
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