Tuesday, April 19, 2016

[Single] Kola Mac (@KolaMac) - Norco

Kola Mac continues to outdo himself. He’s back with an original up tempo track titled “Norcowhich promises not to disappoint. Just one listen, and fans will be instantly hooked.

“I’m going to party so hard, I might need a Norco,” he raps.

So far, the catchy single has been attracting lots of attention for from major music bloggers like 2 Dope Boyz, This is 50, Spit Fire Hip Hop and the lists goes on.

It hit iTunes at the end of March. It’s featuring a friend of mine named Suge Gotti. When he came home from the pen, he created this alter ego named Pimpin Silky. He’s real good friends with Snoop Dogg.

In fact, TMZ has published stories on his good friend and fellow hip hop artist in recent months—especially since he happens to be all over Snoop's Instagram account, talking about pimps and hoes—you know, the topics pimps “specialize” in.

The single the two recently collaborated on is featured on Kola’s upcoming album titled “Eat or Don’t Volume 3.” It will include 14 brand new tracks with “Norco” being one of them.

“This album has been a long time coming. I’ve been waiting for the right time and right people in order to release it. I’m beyond ready for it to get out,” stated Kola.

Influenced by such artists as Ice Cube, Snoop and Nas, he describes his own sound as “street.” For him, music has always been a way to always express himself while creating a sound that’s designed to make people feel good and have fun.

“Every time you make music, you hope it touches someone. I’ve always liked music since I was a kind, and I’ve always loved to create it,” he said. It’s always been a passion of mine. I like how different artists express themselves. And I’ve always found myself trying to express myself and hope others can relate and understand to where I’m coming from.” Get Norco ft. Pimpin Silky available on Itunes now.

To learn more about Kola Mac, check him out on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Empire and SoundCloud.com.

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