Boys Only: Solomon releases BANG BANG!

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To be completely frank, professionalism isn’t a constant in this industry.  Full of pretty faces, sexual advances, and artists prone to flippancy, it’s a wonder to find an artist that is deliberate, professional and going somewhere.  Thankfully, there are a few and Solomon happens to be one of them.

Hot off the success of his single “Wit Us U Can’t…”(which was renamed from U Can’t F*ck Wit Us when it was released on iTunes), Solomon has now released the complete version of his track “BANG! BANG!”  The track, while not as hard hitting as “Wit Us U Can’t..” is just as satisfying as it’s predecessor but in a different way.  The cover for the “BANG! BANG!” track was shot by Michael Donovan.

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The hard work didn’t start there though.  Solomon, in addition to dropping “BANG! BANG!” has only just finished shooting the music video for “Wit Us U Can’t…”(both tracks being produced by DJ Shaw-T). From the few sneak peak pictures we were allowed to see, it’s already clear that we’re in for a visual treat to accompany the audio we already love.

Download “BANG! BANG!” from Solomon’s Facebook

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