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Lew Houston Drops His “Back to da Money” EP

San Diego, California, up-start Lew Houston rose above the mentally taxing horrors of his environment through a combination of sports…

San Diego, California, up-start Lew Houston rose above the mentally taxing horrors of his environment through a combination of sports and music. Influenced by the dominant sound of the south, having grown up in the musical hotbed of Houston (Texas), he began writing raps at a young age, later dropping his debut album The Progression in 2016.

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His current project, the five-song Back to da Money, is available now on your streaming network of choice. Lew has a lot to look forward to in the coming year — including music videos and an album dropping this April.

In the meantime, check out the infectious trap sounds of Back to da Money, below.

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