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    Ryn Hills & Roe Lindsey Are Snappin In The New Video, “Peter Parker”

    Florida’s got another one.

    Introducing Ryn Hills, a jack-of-all-trades recording artist with a legendary musical heritage and star power, making his widespread debut with the release of the visual to the new song, “Peter Parker.” In the melodic, pop-infused hook and southern hip-hop bang visual see Hills, with a feature from Roe Lindsey, portray the iconic Marvel superhero’s alter-ego. Watch it above.

    “Peter Parker” follows Hills May 2019 single “Escargot” which is the artist’s debut song. Both tracks set up Hills’ forthcoming project, slated for a 2021 release on his own imprint. “Peter Parker” is the perfect jump-on point for newfound fans as his production career soars with the song “Overflow” which has generated over one-million streams. If you are looking to discover the next breakout artist coming out of Florida, then look no further than this emerging star.

    “Peter Parker” and “Escargot” are available on all DSPs. For everything Ryn Hills, follow him on Instagram and Tik Tok. “I’m just happy it’s out,” Hills said. “We wanted to have fun with one kind of like my last music video.”

    ABOUT RYN HILLS

    The son of lead guitarist Thomas McClary of The Commodores. The Orlando/Pine Hills, Florida native raps with an old soul, influenced by his Motown roots, and flare for the theatrics with everything he says is assisted with dramatic effect. Hills burst onto the scene in Summer 2020 with his debut single, “Escargot,” a promising trap-infused song about getting the girl of his dreams.

    Since it’s release, “Escargot” has become a buzzing debut and transformed Ryn Hills into an artist-to-watch in 2020. And with the song venturing outside the Dirty South and into related markets, it’s only a matter of time before Hills follows in his father’s superstardom footsteps. A new song and album is slated for 2021 on Hills own imprint. A visual for “Escargot” is available now.

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