OG WILEOUT – WILEOUT REMIX feat. Tez D Da Runninman, Kara’Mel Kitty, DBlocc JMac, Bo, Rastasworld, Lil Boogie, & Lil Rel produced by Extraordinaire

Extraordinaire The Great

OG WILEOUT formerly Lil Rel drops the long awaited  WILEOUT REMIX to his classic southeastern Tennessee anthem. The track features some of the top spitters in his region including  Tez D Da Runninman, Kara’Mel Kitty, DBlocc JMac, Bo, Rastasworld, and Lil Boogie. Produced by Extraordinaire
 
 
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[Single] Extraordinaire – GO ME @3xtraordinaire

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Extraordinaire​ is tired of being humble -drops the single #GOME (official video)
After his team the New Southern Order won Atlanta Movement Of The Year in 2016 Extraordinaire steps out of the NSO light to release his first solo single since that year. As well as a new video for his single re-establishing song “Go Me”

Available now on these digital outlets

VIDEO – https://youtu.be/gyPHN55WdZs
AMAZON – https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C7WLT2S
BANDCAMP- https://extraordinaire.bandcamp.com/album/go-me
iTUNES – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/go-me-single/1373294166
SOUNDCLOUD – https://soundcloud.com/extraordinairethegreat/go-me-snippet
SPOTIFY & APPLE MUSIC- https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/extraordinaire/daSn
iHEART – https://www.iheart.com/artist/id-30372332/albums/id-55942340
GOOGLE PLAY – https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Extraordinaire_Go_Me?id=Bqaj4f5sj3uinxtrckaspl43rv4
DEEZER – https://www.deezer.com/album/61603472
NAPSTER – https://us.napster.com/artist/extraordinaire/album/go-me

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Old/Young. By, Bob Lefsetz

Wendy Day

OLD

Believes in the album.

YOUNG

Believes in the single. It’s all about the track, if you like something you go deeper, it’s about a body of work, click on an act in Spotify and you find what’s most popular and you check that out, assuming you care, and many people don’t, especially in hip-hop, the song is part of the culture, the same way British Invasion singles were part of the culture.

OLD

Believes in CDs.

YOUNG

Doesn’t have a CD player. They don’t come in cars, assuming you’ve got one, as millennials move to the city and Uber, and new computers don’t come with them, if you’re still sending someone promotional CDs it’s a reflection upon you, they’re worthless.

OLD

Passive.

YOUNG

Active. Sure, a millennial might put an online radio station, albeit generated by Pandora or Spotify, on in the background, but more likely they’ll be streaming…

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How To Promote If You’ve Had A Hit. By, Bob Lefsetz

Wendy Day

STAY IN THE MARKETPLACE

Mystery is history. Remove yourself from the scene and you’re forgotten. Your number one concern is satiating your fans. You do this by giving them news updates and new music. Music is primarily one-offs on YouTube and Soundcloud. An acoustic cover of a new hit or a classic can work wonders, people already know the song so they don’t tune out and they love to pass these things on, potentially converting newbies. As for news… Unless you’re a superstar, keep it under the radar and don’t overdo it. Put it on your website and socials, BUT ONLY ONCE! Sure, if you’re inclined to, post life updates and opinions on the social networks. But you must do it yourself, if you’re employing someone to do it the audience can tell and it works against you. You don’t want to look like you’re working it. If you’re a…

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