Far and few artist can make good music that can cross genres. Morsifire can, and when you hear him say “I seen the devil two times,” on 77 Skeletons, you get the feeling, he knows it.
Born Andrew Seely and raised by his drug addicted single mother, Morsifire’s experiences are packed not only in the visually effective video for 77 Skeletons, but also apparent in the rock inspired hook.
Morsifire transcends even higher; on the track “Contact”, when he pulls you in and stops mid verse and raps, “ She’s actually gone.”
Moments like when he reflects on going through the pain of loosing his sister, “Every September,” sheds light of the fact that Morsifire has been through enough heartfelt experiences to fill any rhyme book. This coupled with his genre jumping style, informs us we are in for a journey.
In a time when it may be a bit harder to find great music, tune into Morisfire’s debut LP, Metanoia you’ll be glad you did.
Nigel illbadaa Greer