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LIL MIGO DROPS “SERGEANT” MUSIC VIDEO

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Turning heads throughout the culture, buzzing Memphis rapper Lil Migo serves up the music video for his new single “Sergeant” today. Watch the music video for “Sergeant”—HERE. It stands out as the opening track of his new mixtape King of The Trap 2 out now via Heavy Camp/4th & Broadway/Republic Records.

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In the visual, Lil Migo raps with militaristic intent as combat-ready models in camo flank his desk and workout for the camera. His charisma shines on screen as he delivers one quotable bar after another before the command, “Move like a sergeant.”

Last week, King of The Trap 2 infiltrated the Apple Music HipHop Album Charts at #35 and attracted acclaim upon release. The Source highlighted his “anthemic trap bars, airtight flows, and chantable hooks.” Of the previous single “Rumors 3,” HotNewHipHop noted, “The track comes in at just over two minutes but has a strong, consistent flow from the start that pairs perfectly with the beat’s braggadocious vibe.”

The 15-song project hit the streets with anthemic trap bars, airtight flows, and chantable hooks. Among many highlights, he flexes hard on the new single “Migo Shit” [feat. Quavo]. Elsewhere, he throws down with Duke Deuce on “Roots” and links up with Blac Youngsta for two bangers, namely the aptly titled “Dangerous” and “F Da Rap Game.”

Back in the Spring, he unveiled its predecessor, KING OF THE TRAP. It boasted a premier guest list, including Moneybagg Yo, Rich The Kid, Yo Gotti, Blac Youngsta, 42 Dugg, Big 30, and more. Thus far, it’s already piled up 5 million total streams and counting. In addition to looks from The Knockturnal, RESPECT Magazine, and more, Substream Magazine raved, “Lil Migo is the talk of the town in Hip Hop right now. The Memphis recording artist is trailblazing a path to top billing with his new album, King of the Trap.”

Get ready for more!

Memphis’ Lil Migo makes the soul trap music for every type of music fan. The Heavy Camp artist began taking rap seriously in 2020, after being introduced to music by his family members. Lil Migo, at one point straddling between the streets and a recording booth, dived fully into music following stunning fan reaction to his early work. In the last two years, Lil Migo has released three projects (2020’s Price of Fame and Voice of the Trap, 2021’s King Of The Trap), with singles such as “No Love In My Heart” and “Letter 2 The Industry” closing in on 10 million video views, while also charting on The Rolling Stone Breakthrough Top 25 Chart. Delivering authentic stories and motivating fans in his music, Lil Migo is one for you to tap into as his brand continues to expand worldwide.

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