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T. Mills – Loud [Audio]

New York, NY – Columbia Records recording artist T. Mills will hit the road this Spring for a co-headline tour with singer Sammy Adams, which will kick off April 4 in San Diego. In preparation for the tour, T. Mills has released his new single “Loud,” available digitally on iTunes. The single, produced by Pop Wansel (Rihanna, Kanye), premiered last week on LA’s Power 106 with DJ Felli Fel. T. Mills is currently in the studio hard at work on his debut album alongside famed producers such as Hit Boy, Boi1da and Jim Jonsin, MdL, James Fauntelroy, Chuckie and Cook Classics. Listen to the track below and download after the jump.

T. Mills and Sammy Adams will be in Toronto on April 26th at The Sound Academy. Check out all the information here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_f1NEE5zSU

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