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New York’s Big Mighty Delivers ‘Love Notes 2 The Streetz’

While drill rap continues to bubble with breakout stars like Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign, lyrical hip-hop still remains relatively strong in the New York area. Emerging rapper Big Mighty sports his versatility on his latest project Love Notes 2 The Streetz. For the NYC-native, music is a reflection of his own world, including the obstacles and blessings. Moreover, the 8-track effort is fused with heartfelt lyrics and emotional ballads that represent the artist’s early years to adulthood.

The full-length release is preceded by two singles: “Pain” and “Pain Pt. 2,” which collectively garnered hundreds of views. Furthermore, it serves as a follow-up to his self-titled project that dropped back in February. “My compatibility to making music is impeccable, as I am experienced in performing well, meeting deadlines, and working well with others,” Mighty states. Elsewhere, he points out. “I am also a prime example of a youth that started thinking for positive change.”

Big Mighty comes from the Soundview section of The Bronx. As a youngling, 2Pac served as one of his earliest influences, but during adulthood, it was J. Cole‘s storytelling skills. Furthermore, check out Big Mighty’s full-length project above.

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Aspiring journalist and music influencer from the Carolinas. Twitter: @malc2global

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