Morad, a musical prodigy born on March 5, 1999, in Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, blends his Spanish and Moroccan roots to breathe life into a unique style in the world of urban music. His meteoric rise in the music scene has been propelled by a challenging childhood and adolescence, shaping him into a resilient artist who has skillfully turned his experiences into sonic masterpieces.

Morad's musical journey began at the tender age of fourteen when he started recording his own songs. Initially sharing his creations with friends via WhatsApp, fate led him to encounter the prominent urban music artist, Beny Jr. This meeting marked the beginning of a collaboration that would change his life, inviting him into the studio and providing a space to express his authenticity.

Morad immerses himself in the roots of Hospitalet de Llobregat, using the urban landscapes of his neighborhood as a backdrop in his music videos. His musical genre focuses on hip-hop, with a distinctive drill style, a subgenre derived from trap. This approach, characterized by raw and explicit lyrics, has earned him recognition, although some critics suggest that for Morad, it is a way to escape the marginality of the neighborhoods, merging art with reality.

His YouTube channel becomes the epicenter of his rise, featuring impactful singles such as "La vida loca," "La calle me enseñó," "Lo que quiera," "Un cuento," "Loco," and "M.D.L.R.". These pieces not only solidified his position in the music landscape but also marked the prelude to a live experience that has left his fans eagerly anticipating more.

The year 2019 saw him conquer the Sala Razzmatazz in Barcelona, where he shared the stage with other genre luminaries, creating an unforgettable show. In 2020, his presence on digital platforms like YouTube and the success of "La Calle y su clase" with over one million four hundred thousand views, and the consecration of "A escondidas" with gold and platinum records, solidified his status as an unstoppable force in urban music.

Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Morad has shown resilience by postponing some pending concerts, gearing up to bring his compelling show to wider audiences. His presence at the Cabo De Plata Festival is just one example of his determination and dedication to his art.

This torchbearer of the new generations of hip-hop has transformed his challenging experiences into an endless source of inspiration. Morad is not only building a successful musical career but also gaining fervent followers on social media, especially among drill music enthusiasts.

Rebel Tickets invites you to be part of Morad's musical revolution. Get your tickets now and immerse yourself in the unique experience of his vibrant energy and impactful lyrics. Don't miss the chance to witness Morad's evolution on stage!


Música urbana
trap latino
hip hop español
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