Hip Hop Artist Cuttuh Releases New Single "Good Girl" Featuring Gloria Velez
Virginia native Cuttuh teams up with Video Vixen/Hip Hop artist Gloria Velez to release new single "Good Girl".
- Richmond-Petersburg, VA (1888PressRelease) December 07, 2010 - Virginia rapper Cuttuh has just released his new single "Good Girl" featuring Model/Hip Hop artist Gloria Velez. Beautifully produced with a mainstream appeal, Good Girl takes the listener on a journey of emotions one might encounter when looking for the right woman.
Content driven lyrics, accompanied with exceptional production makes this record a two thumbs up for the indie hip hop artist from Virginia who has been on an up roar recently releasing a host of new projects under his own imprint. Cuttuh has built an immense buzz within and around the Virginia music scene and continues to make competitive and catchy music that fans and supporters alike are continuously raving about.
Lyrically Cuttuh is distinctively unique while containing a style that the ladies seem to gravitate to and yet the fellows seem to enjoy. The Charlottesville Virginia bred emcee will be going on a East Coast college and club promo tour towards the end of the first quarter starting in 2011 to promote his new single, making some guest appearances with Ms. Velez.
Good Girl is the 1st single from the upcoming album that will be released in 2011 by Boss Type/Mean Streets Entertainment. Fans can expect to see Cuttuh performing, and creating a bigger buzz and dropping more projects in the year 2011.
"Good Girl" ft. Gloria Velez is available for free download to media and DJ's at http://www.mediafire.com/?dxp8dbfmojflh5k.
See Cuttuh feat. Gloria Velez -- "Good Girl" Promo:
Cuttuh, 23 was born and raised in Charlottesville VA, and fell in love with music at age 9." In high school he started taking his rhyming serious, making mixtapes and bringing them to school passing them out to his classmates, said Cuttah. After becoming a father at a young age Cuttah lost focus and instead of rapping he started trying to make money any way possible. However, Cuttah couldn't stay away from the music for long after making a choice to leave the street life behind and linking up with an old producer friend the recording begin.
Cuttah was on several mixtapes and word got out about his music. He collaborated with a couple of old friends forming the group-- Trapsquad. In Trapsquad Cuttah grew as an artist and his flow flourished.
Cuttuh has recorded tracks with Twista, Mac Bre-Z, Dillon of Making the Band and Grand Hustle artist. With a large following from his mixtape and a demand from the streets to hear his work Cuttah decided to pursue his music solo. Cuttah's laid back, southern, gritty swag is undeniable and the truth."Cuttah stated, "I make sure I do what I know best and that keeps things in perspective"
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