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Maurice Moore’s singles “Something About You” and “Sensei.” are the perfect summer R&B tracks

Toronto, ON – Summer vibes have us feeling alright across the board musically, and artists are readying summer jams and beachey croons. STXRY’s Maurice Moore comes correct with his third and fourth release sin his on-going Sunday Gems series, the radio-ready ballad titled “Something About You” and dance-ready “Sensei.” The croon-filled singles definitely give fans vibes that will keep them satisfied throughout these warmer months and also will make its’ way into your girls’ playlist.

On “Something About You” Maurice croons his way to the heart of his significant other and describes his love connection with his trademark silky vocals. Business Boi and Theory provide the backdrop with smooth production. A track that is perfect for multiple settings, “Something About You” captures the sexually-energized moments that have made Maurice’s love ballads some of the best. He sings, “Something about the way you wear your hair / I can’t help but stare,” he sings. “It’s something about your smile I can’t forget / It’s something / I don’t know it’s just something about you.”

With production from Maurice, KingBNJMN, and Auracle, “Sensei.” is an equally as impactful track that brings his audience to a higher energy. Maurice sings, “Insane, that’s what they called me til’ the cheque came/ But I was wise all along, call me sensei.” Stay tuned for Moore’s debut mixtape, The Amber Room, which is set to be released later this summer.

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With classical training from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Kira's musical perspectives and critiques are fueled by her technical ear. She's interviewed prominent artists in Rap and R&B, such as: Rick Ross, G-Eazy, Khalid, and Kiki Rowe. When she's not reviewing local shows on the West Coast, she's a production coordinator for DHX Media and part time Journalism student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Follow her on twitter at @kirahunston.

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