Born in Dallas, Texas, but currently residing in Richmond, VA. St. LeMoor is blessed with a gifted voice called to speak to souls instead of flesh.
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With a strong cultural influence, LeMoor targets the bigger picture. By striving to unite fellow African-Americans and others for positive progress rather than seeking money, property and prestige, LeMoor pursues his primary purpose of enlightenment.
He regularly engages with individuals and groups through speaking opportunities, seminars, and think-tank discussions. On the hip hop side of things, LeMoor believes in the power of a hot mic when it’s used to deliver a meaningful message to move the crowd. His collaborative yet competitive nature motivates him to be the best he can be by leveraging a southern spin on and organic flow.
Moor Silence is the latest release from St. LeMoor’s vault that strikes from the angle of Doing “Moor”, and Saying Less.
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According to LeMoor, we, as people of color, have been stifling our own growth by either not doing what we say, or saying a lot more than we actually do. Some feel that the indigenous have made good progress in America today, but people of color can do much more if they buckle down and focus on the action. This project highlights the Power of Silence, and the last track of the project entitled, “Say Less” encourages others to move in silence rather than announcing your every move.
Given that it’s been a full year since hearing anything new from LeMoor, this tape shows that if you want to be heard, stop talking.
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