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Reach Records releases 3 New singles on Summer 23
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Reach Records releases 3 New singles on Summer 23

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Playlist includes Limoblaze, Wande, Lecrae and more.

Following the release of “Stay Low” featuring Toyalove, Reece Lache & Childlike CiCi last Friday, released 3 more singles today: Mowanbe (Mo wan’be) with Limoblaze and Wande, Texas Pete from Tedashii ft. Trip Lee and Lecrae, and Flip That from Mike Teezy ft. 678NATH. This is the first of three consecutive Wednesday’s that Reach Records will be releasing multiple new singles for this years Summer 23 Playlist!

Listen to the “Summer Twenty-Three” now here.

“Mowanbe (Mo wan’be)” is a record tapping into both Limo and Wande’s Nigerian roots sonically and speaks on using your skills and abilities to glorify God and not financial benefit.

“Mo wan’be is about celebrating being the light of world & having a spirit that’s willing to go wherever God leads you.” says Wande. Limoblaze continues saying “It’s about having a motivation for making music that is beyond money.” Wande also shares on what it was like to collaborate with Limo saying, “It was cool for both of us to experiment with combining multiple languages and the Naija sound with hip hop.”

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“Texas Pete” sees the iconic Trio of Texas coming back together for a hard hitting H-town ride along record with bars from Lecrae, Tedashii and Trip Lee all speaking to the lifestyle they once had in the genesis of their stories rapping to share in the gospel in the streets of Houston all the while trying to make ends meet. Lastly, “Flip That” from Mike Teezy and 678NATH is a testimonial of God’s grace and power in the form of a soothing drill record speaking on all of the ways God has flipped around their circumstances when they’ve put their faith in Him.

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Wande and Limoblaze made an appearance on The 116 Life yesterday July 18th with Meah Evans to talk about being newly married, the difficulties of pursuing music coming from a traditional African upbringing and what it looks like to be faithful to where God needs you with their new single Mowanbe (Mo wan’be).

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