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Fly Ry – Hate Me ft. JG [Audio]

Regina, SK – Regina up-and-comer Fly Ry (of The Preem Team) just teamed up with JG to bring us a new track entitled “Hate Me.” Fly Ry doesn’t really care if people are hating on him. He’s just brushing it off like dirt on his shoulder.

Fly Ry is still finding his voice as an artist, but he’ll be one to keep a watch on. This track strikes a solid balance between chill-out R&B vocals, and turned-up rhymes. The track was mixed and mastered by Johnny Keys, and the beat was produced by Mick Business Productions. Check it out below.

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Fly Ry is only 18 years old, but he’s admittedly been cranking out the jams since he was eight years old. He started off on the guitar and drums, and eventually made the transition into rapping and singing (as well as a bit of dabbling in music production). Fly Ry is currently working on a mixtape with a scheduled release for sometime in spring 2014. So keep it locked.


Twitter: @YoungFlyRy306 | @johnnyKbeats

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