The multi talented artist is making waves by being different. His Afrosoul style fuses elements of Rap, R&B, Jazz & Afrobeats. Creating an infectious sound that stays with you.
Born Adedoyin Moses, MOE MOKS grew up in Houston Texas after escaping a dictatorship army in Nigeria; as heard on the song Lagos to Abidjan from EP The War is Over. While homeless in Boston Moks recorded his first mixtape. Persevering through hard times by making song after song with series such as 40 DAYS & 40 NIGHTS (40). Having featured on Nas’s R&B Brunch Playlist With Song Rockets and performing for the George Floyd Foundation, he continues to break new ground in his career.
Moe drops his huge new afrobeats track Beyonce. This timeless, chilled new classic with an afro R&B style makes summer feel like it might never end.
The Multi-Talented Rapper, Singer and Producer grew up in Houston Texas. Moe (short for Moses) began his musical journey while stuck on a trip back home to Lagos Nigeria. On his return to the USA, he found himself homeless but continued writing and recording. Cultivating a vocal tone like no other.
From ambitious anthems to nonchalant soulful jams, deep dive into the music of Moses…Moe Moks.