Moby is the stage moniker of an American musician Richard Melville Hall. He is often regarded as one of the most relevant personalities when it comes to creating good tunes in the electronic music space.

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A native of New York, Moby began creating music during the early 1980s. He gained mainstream success through his 1991 single entitled “Go”, which was released from his maiden self-named studio album. This song experienced significant success in many parts of the globe, especially in the UK, where it peaked at No.10.

What Style is Moby?

This musical genius has created songs in various categories of electronic music, particularly in the genres below:

  • Electronica
  • Rock
  • Ambient
  • Downtempo

Top Moby Songs

Moby has many prominent tracks to his credit. Here are some of his notable songs that we’ve analyzed:

“Raining Again”

“Natural Blues”


“Be The One”


“When It’s Cold I’d Like to Die”


As of this writing, Moby is yet to pick up his first award at the Grammys. However, he has landed multiple nominations from the esteemed awarding body. In 2000 his song “Bodyrock” and album “Play” earned him his first nominations at the Grammys. They were in the “Best Rock Instrumental Performance” and “Best Alternative Music Performance”. The accolade for the former category went to Santana’s song with Eric Clapton titled “The Calling”.

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