Maxx Moor, born and raised in the Bronx, New York, is a Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, producer and musician. His sweet take on R&B along with his warm vocal tone reflects some of his Early influences; Donny Hathaway, D’Angelo, Frank Ocean, with lyrical, sonic, and fashion influences, Andre 3000, N.E.R.D, and Big Pun, being surrounded by hip hop culture in the Bronx.
Moor’s newest single “Not Us,” co-written with Grammy and Oscar award winner, Tiara Thomas, is an open and heartfelt, mid-tempo, R&B introduction to his artistry. Moor came into music at a young age, studying drums, Latin and jazz percussion, and piano, which helped craft his unique, new R&B sound.
Although the world is just getting to know Maxx Moor, many already know his lyrics. In 2019, he co-wrote the energetic Tik Tok hit single “A.M.” for the artist, Lonr, receiving over 80,000,000 streams along with “The Four” contestant, Zhavia Ward‘s single “Deep Down”.
In the same year, he was a co-writer on H.E.R.‘s Grammy nominated project, “I used to Know Her” with the soulful, Acoustic song “Good To Me”. He also worked on longtime collaborator H.E.R.‘s first official album, “Back Of My Mind”. “Back Of My Mind” was nominated for Best R&B album and Album of the year at the 2022 Grammys. The soft and vulnerable guitar ballad, “Hold On” was premiered on SNL and soon after Its release, H.E.R. performed an electric, bluesy rendition with Grammy award winning country artist, Chris Stapleton on the 2021 CMT awards stage. Maxx Moor also received the 12th annual guild of Music supervisors award for his work on “Change”, which was featured in the Netflix animated series, “We the People” produced by Michelle and Barack Obama.
Maxx Moor’s artist development and consistent grind, is a rare journey for more recent artists. Moor is currently working on his project with Grammy award winning producers and writers.
His current single “Not Us” is growing on all streaming platforms, building the anticipation for his up-and-coming debut project.