Get ready to groove to the authentic beat arrangement of rapper Akeem Magnetic who with his exquisite rap qualities and raw skill set makes a stunning entry.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- College Park, Georgia May 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, an artist who was born with the passion to rule the charts of hip-hop with his real and raw music is Akeem Magnetic. The artist had developed his liking for the genre from a very young age and polished his natural skills for years to create an irremovable mark. With his unwavering confidence, unapologetic attitude, and authentic sense of hip-hop, the rapper has grasped the attention of the crowd with his immaculate skills and style. Offering only the best sounds in his creations, the rapper releases the season’s best hip-hop soundtracks that are sure to hit hard with the genre audience.
‘WHOA!‘ and ‘Blackout’ is the two singles that the artist has crafted to celebrate the true essence of hip-hop. His undeniable grit and fast-paced rap style are sure to solidify his position in the industry. In today’s age, plenty of artists fall behind by combining soulful lyrics but the dynamic rapper remains hardcore that makes him most distinguishable out of all. He has impressive stamina to make touch words sound effortless and makes swift transitions throughout the soundscapes to capture attention.
‘WHOA!’ and ‘Blackout‘ has been built under the label Crosses & Kingz Productions and become addictive after just one listen. The first track is an upbeat, summer-ready jam that is sure to make the people set up and get bouncing to its beats. It’s a song to get everyone all pumped up and the second single is more beat-oriented but highly groovy. Surely, Akeem Magnetic is planning for long-term success with his magnetic charm and attractive creations. Hear him on Spotify and YouTube, and follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more updates.
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