Ray Vaughn – Not Allowed

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Ray Vaughn makes a statement with “Not Allowed,” the first track on his TDE debut EP “Peer Pressure.”

A few group say that they’ve made it when they accomplish popularity or bring in a great deal of cash, however as per TDE’s new endorser Ray Vaughn, collaborating with one of the music business’ most widely praised names was what did it for him. “MOMMA I MADE IT ! Imma TOP DAWG now,” the Long Beach craftsman said on Wednesday when authoritatively reporting that he had endorsed to TDE, yet the music that went with his declaration was considerably seriously interesting.

For his first authority move with TDE, Ray Vaughn dropped the short, three-track EP Peer Pressure, and from the initial track, the rising rapper’s irresistible appeal promptly pulls you in.

The  way by which Ray Vaughn conveys the initial lines of “Not Allowed” is similar to how Meek Mill moved toward the main portion of “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro).” The Long Beach craftsman raps with a voracious craving while at the same time dropping clever bars about TDE and ultrasounds, and when the beat at last comes in, he totally emits with energy. Combined with an abstain like “I’m wealthy in soul ain’t no chance I’m gon’ bite the dust broke,” Ray Vaughn’s first assertion as a TDE craftsman is a promising one.

Give “Not Allowed” a tune in beneath, and in case you’re feeling the most current TDE endorser’s sound, look at the remainder of Ray Vaughn’s Peer Pressure EP here.

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