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New Music releases by Zee Mane "All My Life and Never Had Shit"

Zee Mane's new EP called "ZP" is out everywhere. The Ep contains 7 songs with "All My Life and Never Had Shit" as the new singles for the airwaves. All my life is talking about the struggles thought life and things one faces, encounters, and deals with throughout life. The song is very catchy and relatable. 

The song "Never had shit is catchy as well, but more so relax, one can enjoy this song on a car ride, thinking about where they have been and where there are going. Both the songs are good for the clubs and radios. The south is known for its impact on the trap/hip-hop era which Zee Mane is a perfect fit. His musical style has a mixture of Trap, hardcore rap, and hip-hop. Zee Mane will fit in on radios. 

Trap got popularized in the early '90s and became popular on the Hot Billboard Charts. Zee Mane sound carries over in popular Pop, R&B, Reggae, K-pop, and beyond. Zee Mane's All My Life track is interesting with how it started and how the beat was drop DJs will have great fun mixing this song.

Artist (Question and Answers)

How did you start in the music business?
I started early trying to learn to make instrumentals but Got serious about music in 2014.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?
The music I create is melodic/trap doesn’t sound like anybody you ever heard.

What is the current project about?
My latest project is a quick depiction of me.

How do you feel it will inspire others?
My goal is to give people music they can relate to and inspire them to keep pushing on.

What is your creative process like?
I usually just record by myself whenever I think of something new or a vibe I like I immediately have to lay it down.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Larry June, Lil Boosie, and Money Man to collaborate with.

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?
Future, Drake, 2 Chainz.

What is one message you would give to your fans?
Never give up on your dreams! nobody will ever believe it until they see it stay down and keep pushing.

What is the most useless talent you have?
I don’t have useless talents.

Do you sing in the shower? What songs? What would you be doing right now, if it wasn't for your music career?
I do sing in the shower Michael Jackson rock with you, Ro James permission, Luther Vandross never too much.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
I’m still learning the Internet way of getting my music out.

Who are your favorite famous musicians?
Famous musicians would have to be Lil Wayne, Nipsey Hussle, drake, future, 2 Chainz, Larry June, Moneyman, Gucci Mane, OutKast, 3 six mafias.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
I would change the fact it’s a popularity contest the actual content of your music and the professionalism should be what matters.

What's next?
Get this music heard and I also am a part-owner of TUSU another entertainment group that plans on dropping new music and a joint tape with Tusu Cuddy.

What should the world know?
There should be on the lookout for muddy boys entertainment (MBE) and Tusu music group.

About the artist...

Zee Mane was born and raised in South Carolina. Musician, songwriter, rapper, and producer relocated from Charlotte NC to Albuquerque, New Mexico. His musical background comes from singing in the church choir and with his family as a young child. Many don't know it, but his father is a Preacher. I was involved in music throughout high school and attended college. Zee Mane's family is full of educators, but it was then that he decided college wasn't for him and decided to devote my efforts to my music. He started releasing music in 2017 and then relocated to New Mexico in 2020 to take his passion for music to the next level. Since then, he has built a studio in home and has released hits to include: Don’t want her, All I need, I’m Zach, Where the cash at, and Feed my hood. He makes a variety of music from vibing and smoking, to attending a rave, and to getting turn't in the club. 

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