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Previous G-Herbo (“For the Paper”) collaborator, C Wells, returns to the scene after a 10-month hiatus with a brand new collective of music and pulls up with the new single, “New Whip”.
Produced by Marz, the new effort by Wells is charged up with promising wordplay, foreshadowing of lucratively successful career and wealth on the horizon. “New Whip” is C Wells finest work to-date, proving that the absence was a great re-ignition to a very promising career for an up-and-coming star out of Massachusetts to follow fellow current star Joyner Lucas.
Following “New Whip”, C Wells promises more new music from him and Marz in the coming months in support of his forthcoming project. The new project follows Wells’ late-2017 mixtape, ‘Dear Summer II’.
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