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New Dawn Music Group Announces Upcoming Single Drop from No Gud Da Si.M.P. and Solomon Childs

Upcoming track ‘The Last of Us’ pays tribute to original hip hop artists

(PRUnderground) September 1st, 2022

The days of online marketing have heralded in the commercialization of hip hop, but No Gud Da Si.M.P. and Wu-Tang affiliate Solomon Childs want their fellow old school hip hop artists to know they aren’t alone.

The two have long been committed to building a fan base with his original musicality, as have been many hip hop artists.

‘The Last of Us’, the newest track from No Gud Da Si.M.P. and Childs, is about hip hop artists that haven’t yet been commercialized by the music trends of today.

This new single is being released in partnership with New Dawn Music Group, a Baltimore-based music entertainment label focused on hip hop, EDM, and Afrobeat. The highly anticipated debut of ‘The Last of Us’ is slated for September 2, 2022. More information can be found at https://newdawnmg.com.

About New Dawn Music Group

New Dawn Music Group is a Baltimore, Maryland, based entertainment company and music label focusing on hip hop, EDM, and Afrobeat.

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Name: Mike Dawn
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Website: https://newdawnmg.com

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