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Will Hill & Hollywood Cole Release “Atari”

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Will Hill & Billboard Charting producer Hollywood Cole are on a championship run and showing no signs of slowing down. The pair recently dropped a visual for their track “Atari,” off their third collaborative tape, Bring the Bottles In. Hollywood Cole’s recent production credits on Isaiah Rashad‘s The House is Burning album and Lil Wayne & Drake‘s “B.B. King Freestyle” land him at the pinnacle of hip hop currently. These legendary placements make it even doper that he works with his day 1’s. It is easy to switch up but Hollywood Cole is surprisingly humble.

“Coming off of our last two projects we wanted to build on what we had already done and improve on that by showing our range and that we can do more than just make boom bap type records,” said Will in a statement. “Our focus was to celebrate what we had already done in addition to everything that’s on the horizon and I think we convey that message throughout the project.” The duo cannot miss. They both pair well with each other and the chemistry truly shines through.

Pop a bottle and enjoy the album from Will Hill & Hollywood Cole on your DSP of choice or watch the visual for “Atari”. | HERE

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