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Corio – “Phone Off”

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Jack Harlow and Bryson Tiller have transformed Kentucky into a hotbed for major labels seeking new talent. Today, looking to join the new wave is the rising new artist; Corio. He catches our attention with the debut single, titled, “Phone Off.”

Produced by Juicebox, the buzzworthy song details an erotic entanglement between the rising recording artist and a curious concubine. When asked about the song, Corio reveals it was created to impress a taken love interest.

“This track is based on true events,” Corio reveals. “I was involved with this woman who I strongly believe was in a relationship while entertaining me. The record conveys everything that did or eventually would have happened had things played out to the end.”

“Phone Off” sets up an anticipated debut project by the uprising artist coming 2021. “Phone Off” is available now on his own imprint. Feel free to follow Corio daily on Instagram.

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Take a listen to Corio’s new single now, courtesy Spotify.

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