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    Motown’s Rae Rae Nabs 42 Dugg & Stunna 4 Vegas For “Cash Flow (Remix)”

    RIP Rae Rae.

    For the “Ain’t Trippin” posthumous remix of the new hit song “Cash Flow,” late Motown recording artist, Rae Rae, hits up Detroit and Charlotte for some certified reinforcements in 42 Dugg and Da Baby-protege Stunna 4 Vegas.

    And with The A, The D and Charlotte linking up for a late-Summer banger. 42 Dugg & Stunna 4 Vegas are in rare form as they lend their unique vocal stylings to the gritty street anthem, blending perfectly with Rae Rae’s signature southern flow. “Cash Flow” was produced by Rae Rae himself. Rae Rae’s posthumous album Right On Time is set to be released this Fall.

    The new song and album will allow Rae Rae’s legacy to live on in Hip Hop. Motown A&R Shawn Barron says, “Rae Rae was a great young talent who had the whole world ahead of him. We’re going to continue to honor his legacy and get his music out to the world.”

    Experience Atlanta rapper Rae Rae rise today on all DSPs. “Cash Flow (Ain’t Trippin)” is available now on Motown/Run It Up Records. Stream it.

    Rae Rae


    Birthed in Augusta, GA and raised in Atlanta, 18-year-old rapper Rae Rae was the definition of raw and organic. Rae Rae was rewriting the rules of hip-hop as the voice of a new generation. His ever-evolving style, which combined melodic vocals over a rich blend of sonically aggressive beats, was influenced by Lil Boosie, Future, Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan. Rae Rae was a multi-disciplinarian that operated on another level. He was not only a rapper and songwriter, but he was also a self-taught producer. Rae Rae was ambitious and was willing to take risks with his innovative sound which will soon be discovered on his posthumous album. With the project slated to spawn several smash singles, Rae Rae’s legacy and music will continue to live on.


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