Muta Mouraine has released his first project as a solo artist, titled “Cold Mornings”. The 13 track project by the Edmonton hip hop artist is fire from start to finish. Muta Mouraine is an artist who wears his honesty on his shoulder. The Sudan-born, Canadian-raised, arrived in Canada with his family in hopes of a better life. Within months of his migration Muta Mouraine found himself learning how to speak English through rap songs that were introduced to him by his peers.
Eight Years later, the 21 year-old hip-hop artist has built a name for himself through his energetic performances and witty lyrics. Winning over his peers and fans alike. He has opened up for many artists such as J. Cole, Pusha T, Mac Miller, T-Pain, Big Sean and Tyga. He has also performed sets at various show cases & festivals (Hip-Hop For Hunger, Urban Star, Cariwest Fest, Substance ‘Rap Vs. Poetry)
Lyrcially Muta Mouraine’s subject matter ranges from party anthems to the challenges of a first generation Canadian to clever braggadocio that reminds his peers he’s a nice guy, but can go toe-to-toe with any of them. A student of rap’s new golden era, Muta Mouraine often fuses his super-catchy choruses with melodies that hook you so you’ll stay for his lyrical offerings. Take a listen below.