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Wavii – “Gold” ​

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Fly Go Gettaz collective co-founder Wavii is repping Yonkers, New York His latest track, “Gold,” is a bouncy -radio-ready…

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Fly Go Gettaz collective co-founder Wavii is repping Yonkers, New York His latest track, “Gold,” is a bouncy -radio-ready track that leans on the upstart’s melodic flow and rapid-fire flow, with crystal clear delivery. Currently a college student, Wavii shot the visual for the new single in a classroom setting, in what appears to be faux detention.

Shaking up the culture and bringing a fresh perspective is his goal, and according to the MC himself, the track is his return to music with full dedication. “Been in the studio consistently working hard on my craft to get me to this point … I wanna thank all my fans, friends, and family for believing in me and giving me a platform to give ya this good music that’s about to be placed out there,” he said.

Check out Wavii “Gold” video, above.

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