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Alabama’s Lil Bam (MBK4L) Drops “Paul Walker” for Lil Bam Day

Meet Lil Bam, for those who don’t already know, he is the hottest new sensation coming out of Alabama right now.

Over the weekend, the star on the rise hosted an amazing event called, “Lil Bam Day”. An event that brought out the whole date to support the star and support his newly released project, NewBorn. Rodney Lewis, the owner of MBK4L Records, the label Lil Bam is signed to, had this to say on the Birmingham, Alabama event.

“It’s important to give back to the kids because they are the foundation of the future and we have to continuously show them support and keep them encouraged. The kids were also surprised that they were going to have cameos in Bam’s upcoming video. It looks like everyone had an amazing time.”

In-support of the new album, Lil Bam drops the fast-pace muscle car inspired new single, “Paul Walker”. Directed by 413 Media and Bam-himself, “Paul Walker” shows the sights of Alabama from the hood to the money makers. All in love with the hometown hero.

Both “Paul Walker” and Lil Bam’s new album, NewBorn is available now via MBK4L Records.

Watch “Paul Walker” now.

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