Duncan Morley – ‘Find You Now’ Ft. Rick Ross

Duncan Morley had a troubled youth but is now on the right path with help from Rick Ross, and the team at Blue Sapphire Music Group, with whom he’s released his first single, ‘Find You Now’.

Growing up in Boston, Maryland, Duncan was always thinking outside the box, and often finding himself in trouble. Enough was enough however when he stole a friend’s mother’s car, and set off on a high-speed chase with the law. His parents decided it was time to let corrective services take over.

With all efforts failing to calm him down – including various alternative correctional facilities, ranging from wilderness programs to military school – Duncan nonetheless developed one habit which has stayed with him to now: mediatation. Speaking about it he says, “the more you do it, the brighter and brighter you become.” This has certainly been the case with Morley, who since studied studio recording in LA, where he discovered a love of pop music and culture, as well as the desire to positively influence those around him. His life has taken on the quality of a Hollywood film: his first foray into music finds him working with one of the biggest names in the business, Rick Ross.

Grammy-nominated Ross, rapper, entrepreneur and founder of Maybach Music Group, has made it his mision to bring Morley’s talents to the fore. Ross invited Duncan to visit him in his mansion in Atlanta Georgia, where he described him as having “the presence of a king”.

Morley’s single, ‘Find You Now’, came about as the result of this pairing, with Ross featuring on a verse, as well is in the music video, which was shot at a luxurious residence in Miami, Florida. The song works on various levels – on the one hand it’s about a lost loe, yet on a deeper level the wordplay hints at a search for mindfullness.

Check out Duncan Morley’s official website, as well as Blue Sapphire Music, for more information about this talented artist.

Duncan Morley - Find You Now Ft. Rick Ross

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