Brooklyn artist Shmann Dawgg makes his mark in the industry with the release of "Keep Going"
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One thing that everyone can agree on is that even though this year has been crazy it has allowed people to focus on the things that matter the most. During this time of need, hearing new music, especially from a new artist, has played a pivotal role in the healing process for many hearts across the world. New emerging talent from New York City has proven that they have what it takes to make it in the music industry. Shmann Dawgg, a young rapper rising out of the trenches of Brownsville Brooklyn, has spent time developing his own distinctive sound and has become an “artist to watch”.
Being from Brooklyn, Shmann was immersed in Hip-Hop at a young age and others around him knew that he was destined for greatness. Growing up he was emerged in the Harlem “Get Lite” dance culture and affiliated himself with some of Brooklyn’s most loved rappers, Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel, and Fetty Luciano. As others were finding their voice in the music industry, Shmann knew that he was up next.
This week, Shmann released his debut single and video, “Keep Going” directed by Haitian Picasso and produced by 100 Points. The song and accompanying video is making noise across the city and is a record that will give you the fuel to get into grind mode. “Keep Going” takes you through the everyday life of Shmann and shows us what it means to be on grind time.
Check out Shmann Dawgg’s new song and video “Keep Going”. He is definitely well on his way to putting his stamp on his borough.
Until next Post... Coach Tay