Suave House Entertainment signee Corey Morris makes his entry on our site with his new single titled “Late Night Raps Two.” A reflective tune that showcases his bravado raps laced with some insightful elements. His flow is distinct but his vivid lyricism is one for the books. With lines like “Nigga, your side dry, I’m connected like WiFi/ really the fly guy, kicking shit just like Muay Thai,” and then some, he brings a refreshing take on bravado raps.


Corey Morris is a 21-year old hip-hop artist from Houston, Texas whose talent is a breath of fresh air in today’s rap music climate. While Corey is an insightful and creative lyricist, his perspective is still that of the everyday city-raised American teenager. He is relatable and inspiring while remaining direct and easy to understand. His flare on the mic can be appreciated and admired by hip-hop fans of all eras.

Corey’s debut track is “Crown Me.” It features vocalist and UK sensation Natalie Lungley along with legendary hip-hop turntablist, DJ Scratch. It is produced by Suave House anchor and multi-platinum lead producer T-Mix (Ice Cube, Lil’ Wayne, 8Ball & MJG, Mace, Rakim, Prince Newman). The track was birthed from a conversation between Corey and Suave House CEO, Tony Draper

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