“Commas on Commas” (Feat. Loso Loaded & Derty Racks)
California, United States Aug 13, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Different styles of execution and presentation from different artists light up the musical genre of hip-hop. Similarly, hip-hop artist, 50 Shots Beats have a charisma of his own. The artist’s popular song “Commas on Commas” brings up a bold and stylish composition. Also, the lyricism of Brandon Edward Pugh is attracting the audience on a huge scale. Down to the artist’s energy and talent, the track has already achieved about 15k views on YouTube. The raw and quintessential rapping style of the artist is a unique phenomenon to be found in today’s tracks based on hip-hop.
The artist has been accompanied by two of the top names in the industry, as Loso Loaded and Derty Racks are the collaborators of the artist for the track. In recent years or one may say decades, hip-hop has proven to be the musical genre that listeners connect with the most. In addition, the artist has been associated with music for over 4 years and has worked with many other big names in the field of music production. Some of the chart-topping numbers from the artist include songs like “4PF” and “All Week”, and many more.
The 3-minute song has been loaded with all the necessary musical elements an artist requires to mix an outstanding track. It is no surprise that the artist has become such a renowned face in a short time in the music industry. Callous Souls Records is the record label that the artist currently works with. Listen to the entire discography from the artist on YouTube and experience hip-hop in a different fashion with 50 Shots Beats‘ “Commas on Commas.” To get more information on his releases, follow the artist on Instagram and Facebook.
Brandon Edward Pugh
Los Angeles, California, United States
Source :50 Shots Beats LLC
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