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DEHH Premiere: Mikeyy Austin- “Supa-Fly” feat. Sareem Poems

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DEHH Premiere: Mikeyy Austin- “Supa-Fly” feat. Sareem Poems

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If you’ve been hanging around for a minute Michigan artist Mikeyy Austin has been on our radar for a while. The soulful artist is getting ready to release “L I F T E D” an album I’m excited to share with you if not for its overwhelming positivity, which I’ve stressed time and time again is needed and necessary for these times. Today I have the final single from the album called “Supa-Fly”.

With YoungHeat on the beat Mikeyy Austin helps us focus and recognize that we have to push on through tough times. When we stray off our path, we find ourselves losing sight of our dreams, goals and passions. Through storytelling and his own confidence Austin is able to instill hope on this funky joint. On this joint Mikeyy Austin locks down the co-sign from Sareem Poems who comes in on the hook to bring MIkeyy Austin’s verses together.

You can stream the single below, and just below that you can check out the tracklist for “L I F T E D”.

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