Jacksonville, FL – Grind Labs Inc. is excited to announce the release of their flagship artist Camo and his new single “Just Fine” available for streaming on all major streaming platforms.
“Just Fine” has that classic southern hip hop sound with its lyrical tempo, heavy bass, and horns. You’ll be singing along ready to hit replay before the hook comes in for the last time. “Just Fine” is more than just another single for Camo. It’s a milestone in his career; one that symbolizes the moment when he got the privilege and the joy to work with Swordz and Epik Tha Dawn two of whom he’s always admired and looked to for inspiration and motivation along his musical journey. Camo stated that “Just Fine is “definitely something new for your ears. Dope sound, no mumbling”.
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BozzLay'Dee, born April Poree, is an independent female artist coming straight out of Chicago, IL! She is no stranger to the music industry.
Be on the lookout for the BozzLay'Dee and her BozzTribe as they "Do what they Want" while climbing the charts. This is definitely not the last you will hear from BozzLayâDee, as she is well rounded and wants it ALL.
Teno Songwriter is a platinum-selling songwriter that has to his credit one of the most influential and successful records of our culture; “Freak Me” performed by multi-platinum R&B recording artists SILK, penned by Teno Songwriter and Keith Sweat.
A MASTER at writing HOOKS, Teno encourages artists to write by allowing them room to pen their own verses on his songs. Teno Songwriter resides in a suburb of Atlanta with his wife and two children where he continues to write some of the most beautiful songs of his career.
Boss Chick is a commemorative song honoring the 30-year anniversary of the platinum hit “Freak Me” penned by Teno Songwriter and Keith Sweat, for the multi-platinum singing group SILK. Boss Chick is a sexy, base-heavy R&B/HipHop masterpiece that places women on the pedestal they deserve to stand on. Women are taking care of their families, leading our country and major corporations as well as running their own businesses, yet there’s no music saying to them, “great job, thank you and I appreciate you”. Boss Chick pays homage to women while demanding they be recognized and treated as a Boss Chick. More than just a song, Boss Chick is a movement dedicated to all women, regardless of creed, color, or race.
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