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Published on February 9th, 2023 | by Bryson "Boom" Paul


Multi-Talented King Moore Releases “Big Dreams” Visual

They say love for music starts at a young age, and when music becomes the fabric of who you are, it provides an outlet to express yourself in any aspect you see fit. When we think of music, we think of many ways it can manifest itself. Instruments, vocals, radio, movies, records, and all-around natural sounds put together. When introduced as a child, there is no telling how it impacts their path growing up.

King Moore is an up-and-coming child actor, model, and artist on the path to becoming a legend in the entertainment industry. At just seven years old, King Moore has already received recognition for his talent and dedication to his craft. King Moore has won 11 out of 13 awards in California early this year at IPOP, including child model of the year, singing contest, & Dance contest.

“Big Dreams,” which is produced by KZZ Lifestyle released on his birthday, October 11, 2022. This is a record that will give other kids and even adults the motivation to have their own “Big Dreams.”

“Big Dreams” was inspired by King Moore’s desire to be on TV performing his music, developing his own TV show, and more. His biggest inspiration is seeing his big brother work hard at his dreams, so it is only right that he duplicates that effort in his own dreams. Being a Multi-Talent artist means there is more under his belt, and rightfully so, since King Moore is an actor, model, & dancer that’s always working to perfect his craft with vocal lessons, piano lessons, karate, & gymnastics.

Entertainment comes in many shapes, and King Moore does not plan to have limitations. We are excited about the official release of “Big Dreams,” which is now available on all digital platforms. March 2nd, 2023, the highly anticipated music video releases on King Moore’s YouTube channel, stay tuned.


About the Author

Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.

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