The track is the couple’s first-since forever coordinated effort.
TyFontaine and SoFaygo are no aliens to progress on their freshest communitarian track “Run It Up.” The two flex their new deluge of money and hit the dance floor for certain inadequately clad ladies in the music video, which was coordinated by DotComNirvan. The track was delivered as advancement for TyFontaine’s impending collection Rising, which he says is “in transit.” “Run It Up” flaunts the melodic, shrill rap styles of TyFontaine and SoFaygo, who are just 20 and 19 years of age, separately.
Julius Roosevelt Terrell, also called TyFontaine, is a DMV rapper and lyricist who was as of late endorsed to Web Cash Records and has associations with other youthful specialists like Lil Tecca and Taz Taylor. His track “virtual world” earned a huge number of streams on Soundcloud, and his 2020 presentation collection 1800 highlighted “Interest,” his first-historically speaking tune to pass 1 million streams.
SoFaygo is a Cobb District, Georgia-based rapper who has been recording his own music since he was in 4th grade. Like TyFontaine, SoFaygo has significant industry associations with Lil Tecca, who altogether created his first advancement mixtape, Radiant 7. “Thump,” their cooperative track, has in excess of 7 million plays on Spotify. SoFaygo is establishing himself as a star without the assistance of a significant name, and it doesn’t appear to be like he’s prepared to back off at any point in the near future.
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