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June 30, 2017 (Montgomery, Alabama) Rapper, Halo releases his brand-new music video 100 Miles off his mixtape entitled #LetsHaveFun. Being from Montgomery, Alabama, Halo wanted videographer Tino Smith (Twitter/IG/Snapchat @CheckTinoOut) to capture some scenes of his hometown to show his vision in new music video.

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#100Miles is me declaring my vision to the world. What I want, what I see, and how I move. I’m really trying to get a 100-mile money pile.” – Halo

When Halo was eight years old, he studied how to play the percussion, then later in high school transitioned into writing rhymes and poems to the beat of his drumming. This ignited his love for music. After high school, he was recruited by the air force and had the opportunity to travel the world. He served in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Military Police Officer, and while he was there he perfected his craft as a rapper. Born as Edrikus Kywan Brown, he got his rapper name “Halo” after a fellow soldier noticed when Halo rhymed dark lyrics, his delivery made the subject matter glow as if a halo was above it.

Watch Halo demonstrate this side of him in new music video 100 Miles here: https://youtu.be/SBbFCHcN_8I

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Download/stream Halo’s mixtape #LetsHaveFun, which features the single 100 Miles on Spinrilla: https://www.spinrilla.com/mixtapes/halo-letshavefun

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#LetsHaveFun with Halo by staying connected with him on social media:

https://twitter.com/RealLife_Halo

https://www.instagram.com/_iamhalo/

https://www.facebook.com/reallifehalo

https://soundcloud.com/halobrown

For all inquiries, contact Stay Focused Music Group via phone (708) 522-2769 or via email stayfocusedmg@gmail.com.

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After dropping his “Against the Grain” and “The Transition” mixtapes, Brooklyn born, Atlanta based rapper Jeff Chery returned to the lab and now reemerges with his debut webisode — signifying the start of new music and a new movement.

In the first five-minute webisode, Jeff returns to Brooklyn, where he starts the day investing in his latest concept and ends the day with those closest to him. At King’s Plaza, a Brooklyn shopping staple, viewers will see Jeff get clothing embroidered with his signature N.O.R.A logo. The N.O.R.A concept stands for No Obligations, Rules or Authority and as Jeff tells it, “Basically, it means that everyone is their own boss, has free will and free spirit to do whatever they want — no holds barred.” In the webisode, Jeff then heads to the studio for a behind-the-scenes introduction to his team.

Follow Twitter: @JeffChery

 

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