Duncan Morley To Release “Find You Now” Featuring Hip-Hop Icon Rick Ross On March 30th On Blue Sapphire Music
Duncan Morley’s first two times up to bat as an indie artist landed him on Billboard Magazine’s Top 25 and Billboard Magazine’s Top 40 dance charts—an impressive feat for a pair of debut releases. Now, the Boston-based multi-talented singer, songwriter, producer and performer, is posed to hit the ball out of the park with, “Find You Now” (Blue Sapphire Music, distributed by BDG/The Orchard), featuring the hip-hop Boss himself, Rick Ross.
“For me, it’s a story of how you can change the world by just changing yourself. Dream big, live big, put in your 10,000 hours, and don’t let anything get between you and your goal,” Duncan says.
Duncan’s distinct sensibility is an exhilarating blend of pop, R&B and electronic music. His vocals are smooth, sensual, and purposeful, and his wordplay is clever and layered with multi meanings. Beneath his breezy urban aesthetic is a heartfelt determination to effect positive change—pop is his platform, and Duncan’s quest is to lift people up.
“Find You Now” boasts balmy island vibes, breezy pop-R&B vocals, and a rugged hip-hop beat to get heads bumping. Rick Ross’s distinct vocal cameo, and his iconic presence in the video, replete with exotic cars, A-list models, and world-class spirits, give it the golden touch. Lurking beneath the sun-kissed romance in Duncan’s lyrics is a message about life’s quest for meaning and spiritual sustenance.
Previously, Duncan iss/ued the Billboard-charting singles, “If Time Runs Out,” remixed by DJ Paul Oakenfold, and “You Gave Me Love.” He’s earned thousands of spins on radio stations across the country, and prime features on iHeart Radio, MTV, Music Choice, Sirius XM, and MusicWeek, to name a few. “Find You Now” will be followed by other seismic volleys of transformative pop. Of his purpose to spread love, Duncan says “I have this drive in my soul to bring people up, it’s not a choice.”
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