New Pop RapPop Track From Cut Shakes The Charts And The Airwaves

New Pop RapPop Track From Cut Shakes The Charts And The Airwaves

July 21, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Talented pop artist, Cut, is presently blasting through the music charts and gaining massive airplay with his latest song, “I Came To Party.” “I Came To Party” is an electropop song with lyrical mastery from Cut and his production team. The new song is inspiring, full of energy and best soulful.

“I Came To Party” is blasting through the charts every day. The song is attracting massive airtime from DJs and becoming an anthem for party lovers. The song gives the “party round the world feel”; the true spirit of music, the real feeling of freedom.

“I love the way he mixes everything. The beats make me move; the electropop infusion is cool and soulful. No doubt, this song is a chart blaster, and I see Cut rising to the rooftop sooner than ever imagined. “I Came To Party” is the song I blast on my way to any party with my friends; it’s just the perfect song!” Says a listener.

To download “I Came To Party”, check the following links:
Apple Music
Deezer
Spotify
CD Baby

About Cut
From New Orleans, Louisiana, Cut is a serial opportunity converter, taking every chance to showcase his talent to the world and who he is. Cut has propelled himself from an environment filled with guns, drugs, and murder to a lifestyle of hard work and dedication. His motivation flourished from a troubled upbringing and uses his music to inspire others.

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Name: Cut
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Organization: https://cut.hearnow.com/
Website: https://cut.hearnow.com/

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