MP3 Dewarren Moses - 4
R&B, Hip Hop, and Soul like no other, featuring the tingling, you don''t know what to do, Double Single Release "Too Sexy" & "Too Sexy (Instrumental). New music with a signature sound.
4 MP3 Songs
URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix, URBAN/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
It’s a thin line between life and death. Nothing is ever promise but death. If you can get a promise take it, if it’s good. Tomorrow not promise. Friendship is not promise. A gathering of All me treasury is a hard fought fight. If you can find friendship use all you gather, to get it, for surely it will be return. The road of a superstar that’s not famous.
The Road Of A SuperStar That’s Not Famous
I may never be a star, but I am an Artist. People can’t create Artists. God makes an Artist. So sit back and screw your wigs on tight and let me tell you about Dewarren Moses.
I won’t go all the way back, but I’ll take you near the beginning. This is gut, scary.
I’m a big foot country boy from North Cackey Lackey (North Carolina), born and raised on a farm. Saying all this, going through all that, seem like I’ve lived in the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th century. Now, here I am in the 21st century, still living. The road of a superstar that’s not famous.
I have that old folk style of teaching and raising from old slavery times. A whole lot of things to forget and a whole lot of being bit. Yes, my family comes from second generation of slavery, sharecropping. And if you do you don’t know what sharecropping is …. Hum… it’s a dirty business.
Why am I telling you about my family? Because I can’t tell you about me, if I can’t tell you about my family. It’s just no way to detach it. It’s a part of me. StarShip Dewarren Moses, “The One And Only”.
Well as you can see I have a bit of an imagination and playfulness. It comes from a lot of playing, as a kid, without toys. When I was growing up, you had to use your mind and what does McDonald say “I’m Loving It”, as the story goes on.
Now to add to confusion, when I was growing up I didn’t know we were PO (short for poor because we couldn’t afford the O or R). I thought life was good, fair, and everybody lived like we did.
Back in the day, man we didn’t even have a phone or TV set. I remember the first time we got one, a TV set. My Grandmother (rest her soul) told me to sit down and watch this box, TV set. So she turned on the TV and left the room. About 15 seconds later it came on, and this man started talking. So I started talking back to him.
Being a kid and not knowing better I asked him “Hey man how you get in the box. How you get in there”. Of course he didn’t answer me back, just kept on talking (“Is this really communication a conversation?”). So I thought he was stuck in the box.
So I started screaming Grandma… hey Grandma this man is stuck in the box. He stuck in the box and he can’t found his way out. We got to get him out.
Dewarren Moses being introduction to technology.
Fast forward at warp speed and faster to 2008 going that me. Like lighting or nothing you seen. Just like technology no apologies.
Here I am baby sign, sealed, and delivered, all I got to the world. Rising from the distain colors. Riding on the vapors of faith. Given the power of Black & White. The liberty of all.
Hey, it’s a new thing in heaven. The Road Of A SuperStar That’s Not Famous.
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