Malik Moses Drops Soulful Debut Single With the Bas-Assisted "Show Me Something"

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If you're anything like me, you're still reeling from Halloweekend and are in desperate need of music to soothe your soul while you try and convince your co-workers you're not nursing a life-long hangover. As luck would have it, fate has bestowed us with the perfect track to shed any ghoulish mistakes and embrace the future with optimism and dignity, and it comes from none other than Baltimore rapper and singer Malik Moses.

"Show Me Something" arrives as the debut single from Moses, a young artist who currently stands as the first signee under legendary MixedByAli's label NoName. The two crossed paths during the early days of the pandemic, when MixedByAli hosted a competition on Twitch, encouraging artists to make and submit music to him. The winner would be flown out to LA to work with the man himself, and out of hundreds of submissions, Moses was born. The Baltimore artist's debut track is pretty on point for what you might expect from a collaboration with a man so close with Kendrick Lamar, as "Show Me Something" is a lofty and soulful hip-hop slowburn.

If you're a fan of artists like Smino, Buddy, Monte Booker, or JID, then Moses is the perfect new artist for you. Blending his signature sound with the time-tested and jazz-inspired hip-hop sounds MixedByAli is known for popularizing, the two work in perfect harmony to produce one of the year's most captivating debuts.

Though early in his career, Moses demonstrates a seasoned versatility and unique style that is sure to sway even the most hard-headed hip-hop skeptics. "Show Me Something" also sports a guest verse from Dreamville's very own Bas, and together the two trade laid-back flows with a casual and confident chemistry that rivals many of their peers.  With more music and visuals likely planned for the future, now is the perfect time to get to know Moses before he becomes everybody's next-favorite rapper.  

Listen to  "Show Me Something" below:

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