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    Huey V Celebrates New Fame In Miami On New “Persuasion” Video

    Huey V has made it to the big time, baby.

    Today, the new Milwaukee sensation drowns himself in the newfound fame with a couple of beautiful women and a pocket full of money on his new single’s visual, “Persuasion.”

    A rags to riches track, Huey details the price of fame and the gifts and the curse it brings. For the new artist, the song was inspired by real-life scenarios. He explains:

    “The song [Persuasion] explores the double-edged sword of an elevated lifestyle. It’s a tale of seduction that comes with money, success and women. It’s a soundtrack to my odyssey. It’s my coming of age in learning to play both sides of the coin. The seducer and the seduced.”

    Exciting, energetic and elevated, the new visual convince newly discovered fans exactly what Hip-Hop legend, Memphis Bleek, saw in Huey V — which led to his signing with Bleek’s Warehouse Music Group. You can check out everything Huey V, daily via Instagram.

    Like “No Regrets,” “Persuasion” is a lead-up to his anticipated project, currently untitled, arriving 2021. Watch the new visual to “Persuasion” now. Take a look at the new visual to “Persuasion” below.

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    ABOUT HUEY V

    Coming on the scene with a soulfully rigid sound, Milwaukee rapper HUEY V is a dive into the artist’s subconscious, exposing a harsh vulnerability that reflects on the darkest of thoughts. His first official mixtape, Get Well Soon (2018) released detailing a toxic story of self-doubt, grieve, depression, suicidal thoughts, alcoholism, and violent relationships.

    With an ear to the streets and eye for music’s hottest talent, Memphis Bleek immediately signed Huey V to Warehouse Music Group in 2020. With poetic punchlines accompanied with melodic raps, HUEY V explores the realities of life in the midwest while celebrating the successes of making out the inner city blues. Now residing in Miami, his first single “No Regrets” truthfully speaks on what it took to make it out and though not always the right way he still has no regrets. “Don’t trust my brothers, I don’t even trust myself” showcases his lack of trust and possible misdirections in navigating through life by any means necessary.

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