Moors is producer HH and emcee Lakeith Stanfield. Stanfield united his acting and rapping talents in his on-screen debut in the 2013 film Short Term 12, which earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination for his role of Marcus. His upcoming roles include portraying the young Snoop Dogg in Straight Outta Compton and civil rights activist Jimmie Lee Jackson in the Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic Selma. Since then, the Los Angeles and Victorville based duo have recently released their debut EP, as well as remixing songs for artists such as James Vincent McMorrow, Baths and Slow Magic, re-interpreting them with Keith’s introspective verses and HH’s glitchy, dreamy beats.
Moors are touring nationwide this fall, playing dates in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and more. After Moors remixed James Vincent McMorrow’s track “Cavalier,” he personally invited them to join him on an eight-date US run. McMorrow and Moors have also collaborated on a brand new track titled “New Romancers,” which appears on the deluxe version of McMorrows’s Post Tropical, out now via Vagrant and Dine Alone Records.