But they might want to get familiar with his new single, because it’s about as catchy as it comes.
Collaborating with hip-hop artist Shwayze and Hero DeLano, Moses has released the reggae-influenced “Gone.”
He told CelebMix.com, the song is a “summer break-up anthem” about a girl who “takes, takes, takes” until her man is absolutely fed up.
“I think it’s good to touch on subjects from a perspective people are not used to hearing — (in this case), how is it from a guy’s perspective being used by a girl,” Moses said.
“The girls definitely let us know their perspectives on guys using them.”
For those who don’t remember, Moses appeared on Season 2 of The Voice. In fact, he was the first rapper ever to make the show.
Somehow, he survived a battle round in which he was asked to sing The Rolling Stones “Satisfaction” and advanced all the way to the Top 24 before being eliminated.
Since then, he’s released a host of single, performed and produced “Summer & Lovin'” for a McDonald’s commercial and formed his own entertainment company.
Here’s the new song, which comes with an explicit lyric warning.