Deion – “Hold On” (prod. by Floyd the Locsmif)

Deion – “Hold On” (prod. by Floyd the Locsmif)

 

You may remember Deion‘s vocals from his collabos with 50 cent, Little brother, Hi-Tek, Mastac Ace and more. But with “Hold On,” Deion is stepping out on his own with a melodic and addictive lead single off his much anticipated new album.

The Cincinnati, Ohio native’s vocals sound as rich and smooth as ever on “Hold On,” a track that arrives at the perfect time for our society. Its message of faith and keeping your head up could not be more relevant-or-necessary, and it’s also never sounded quite this good. You can also thank the producer for that, because Floyd The Locsmif’s piano-fueled instrumental is the perfect match for Deion’s songwriting.

This track is also the first we’re hearing from the R&B crooner since his 2016 offering, a collection of unreleased songs titled, Time Wasted, which you need to stream immediately in case you were caught sleeping. Consider that EP and “Hold On” the appetizer for his new full-length, Break The Circle, which drops early next year.

“Hold On” is now available for stream and download through all major digital retailers, through Deion’s own imprint, Brown Panther, via EMPIRE Distribution.

“Hold On”  is from his upcoming project Break The Circle, which is due on is due out January, ’18.

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