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Wiley Morey

Wiley Morey

Hip Hop / rap / positive music Torrington, CT  US
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Voices ft. Shoes
Voices ft. Shoes
Streets Of Pain ft. Phillip Dunham Jr.
Streets Of Pain ft. Phillip Dunham Jr.
Gimme Ya Light - Wiley & Victory
Gimme Ya Light - Wiley & Victory
Moon on your skin ft. Phillip Dunham Jr.
Moon on your skin ft. Phillip Dunham Jr.


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    Rekindle The Flame Released on May 1, 2013


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  • Proper King (Artist)
    Proper King
    I appreciate your artist works - enjoy & love your music -just keep the good works goin - as Indie artist I give support - share it - one love
  • Suthurn Swaggur (Artist)
    Suthurn Swaggur
    Dope tracks man.
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    Daly Redline
  • Aesthetic (Artist)
    Whats up dude. Nice tracks! Click my page right now and check out some serious Fire!! I'll Rep you out here, share the love. Peace
  • JOHNNY BLAZE (Artist)
    Thanks for making great music
  • Yuma (Artist)
    damn groovy


  • My 3rd album Eagle Eye
  • Rekindle The Flame


Sounds Like: Common, Cormega, Black Thought, Big Pun, Bruce Springsteen

Bio: I grew up with hardship and struggle, found my voice in music. Been making music for 13 years, I have a 3 kids and a wife and I work 40 plus hours a week to support my family. I chase my dreams on the side writing, recording and doing live shows. My fan base is growing and my music is an unstoppa...See Full Bio

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Q: What inspired you to get behind the mic? How do you feel about how music in general is now days verses how it use to be?

A: Growing up in an environment of struggle and seeing great adversity at a young age led me to relate to the emotions and hunger of rappers of the early 90's. I felt a need to do something important with my life and try to inspire people,and I felt that this was something, that if I worked hard at I could become great at. 13 years later here i am chasing my dream, working 40+ hours a week and raising 3 kids, and recording records and doing shows on the side. As far as music today, some of it is good and a lot of it isn't. Hip-hop in general isn't very interesting to me these days as much of it isn't very creative or inspiring, but I still follow a few of my favorite artists, and enjoy there growth and perseverance in a suffering industry. THE GAME NEEDS ME!

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