Maes announces the following with the clip of the “Street” !
A year after the success of his first album “Pure”, driven in particular by the tube Madrina in feat with Booba, Maes prepared the following ! The rapper will mark today its return with the release of his new single Street, in which he declares his love to the street, accompanied by a clip filmed in Brazil. A little taste of the second installment of the artist to discover on PRBK.
As Gambi, which explodes in streaming, Koba LaD, Moha LaSquale or RK, Maes has very quickly established itself in the rap game. In a year, his career has not much evolved : it has notably released her first album “Pure”, carried by the sounds Mama, green Tickets, Avenue Montaigne and Madrina in feat with Booba and has worked with ” – Dosseh on The smell of the coal, Niro about Amazing and Koba Fda on Morning. Now it is time for Walid Georgey, his real name, go to the level higher… with the release of his second opus, for example.
“I’m married to the street”
No date has been announced for the moment, but Maes begins to gently teaser of his future project studio. For proof, he unveiled this Thursday, October 31, his brand new single titled Street ! A new sound in which the young rapper talks about his past and declares his love to the street : “I spent my time in the sal (…) I’m married to the street / Salam or greeting, we left on these purple / There must be more than one million euro to treat my words“, he says on one beat, urban, floating, and efficient !
To turn the clip of Street, Maes flew towards the Brazil : the video has a little latino, but it features mostly landscapes enough guns on the favelas. The result is thus already well under way for the artist a native of Seine-Saint-Denis, highly the next sounds !
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