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TGUT looks to make 2018 his year and has been on the right path in achieving that. Having toured Europe and Asia, opening up for Young Thug & 21 Savage on the Hi-Horsed Tour and accumulating over a million streams on his remixes of Uglygod’s “Water”, Ashanti’s “Foolish” and Rae Sremmurd’s “Swang”, he is now transitioning over to releasing more original content.
“Maybe” features Dutchboy on the vocals for the perfect Valentine’s Day release. In our current fast-paced society, it’s often hard to focus on things like finding compatibility, and “Maybe” puts that into perspective. Stay tuned for more from TGUT as he looks to break wide open this year!
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An Interview With Boston’s Donald Grunge
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