Maryland artist Morris Hayes Jr. is a both a long-time music enthusiast and a perfectionist. A talented young producer who has a good ear for music, Morris presents rapping rhythms with mesmerizing lyrics -- great for club scenes, chases, police procedurals, and other urban themes. From hot trance mixes to mellow laidback beats, enhanced by solo horns, with melodies that capture your spirit and hold on tight. "There Is Pain" features beautiful female vocals both warm and inviting. Morris is a young man on the go, with dynamic and compelling music suitable for all new media.
Morris Hayes Jr. attended the famed Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, a music academy in Baltimore, his home town. After spending years perfecting his craft, Morris is ready with a number of tracks perfect for films, documentaries, indies, trailers, interludes, and other commercial projects.
laid back jazz setting easy listening jazz. Opens with spacey sci-fi like sound effects, segues into a smooth, modern jazz beat. Dynamic track conveys changes in action, storyline, key plot points. Instrumental, Jazz Music, Acid Jazz
the final installment of the dream ride series, this track is more ambient than the last one, also more enchanted, peaceful which would draw a conclusion for the end. Instrumental, Rock Music, Metal (pending)
Smooth jazz from a bass guitar. Urban nightclub scene, jazzy wine bar, laidback chillout. Low-key romantic drama, playful and entertaining. Slow dancing, flirting, hooking up. Youthful innercity scenes for film or TV series. Instrumental, Jazz Music, Acid Jazz
a rougher but darker sound from a dream ride 2, it goes in another but yet in the same direction that the other two dream rides had gone in but again a little further as if its a journey that the listener is involved with. Instrumental, Rock Music, Metal (pending)
An experimental dance mix with an orchestrational track, that expands to be more of a dance track. The use of the track could be used for various avenues like movies, television, radio advertisements. Instrumental, Dance Music, Experimental
a trance, jazz fusion, the jazz part comes from the horn that is used in the song which holds at least half of the weight of the song and the other half is the trance sounding beat. like I said a trance jazz fusion, Instrumental, Electronic Music, Electronic (pending categorization)