Emerging artist Tae Envy is showing love and intimacy his debut track ‘Take It Off’


Take It Off

Rising rapper and music artist Tae Envy is hitting the industry with his debut track ‘Take It Off’. The track churns out the flavors of R&B and hip-hop music.

(ProNewsReport Editorial):- Madison Heights, Michigan Mar 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) –  An alluring musical arrangement and soulful vocals have united in the latest track ‘Take It Off’ by Tae Envy. It is the debut track by this artist at the beginning of his musical journey yet sounds like a musical representation by an experienced musician. It is Tae’s talent and skill that makes him such prolific and well-seasoned in his ground. The latest track churns out the flavors of R&B music with some hypnotic grooves and electronic music influences. The artist has soothing vocal tone adds more emotion and intimacy to the track with his blissful singing style. The track has been released under the production house of 600 Records. It is an independent record label owned by the artist.

Javontae King, better known as Tae Envy, is a versatile singer and rapper who have to strive throughout his life with a series of ups and downs. He developed his knack for rapping and music in the middle of his school life started nurturing his musical skills since then. The latest track Take It Off is the result of years of experience hard work and determination. The track has also been released with an official music video which has garnered more than 20 thousand views within a week. The track musically and visually treats everyone.

Currently, this rapper is looking forward to craft more tracks to offer the listeners. He is going to stay in the industry for a long while and the debut single has proved that. Follow him over Spotify, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to know more.

Take It Off: https://open.spotify.com/track/4QJi24Nq4InHP9494la4WS

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