V of 40M feat. Hippie G & 40M Tye – PWR

V of 40M really made an entrance with his banging masterpiece “Way Back” which really demanded attention and made even the industry heavy hitters take notice of the emerging architect of revolutionary rap who is just reclaiming his throne as a lyrical headliner; just where he left before his incarceration. If there is anything smash hits like, “No Church On Sunday”, “Inferno” and “Welcome” have taught us; – V of 40M is not one to be underestimated and that indeed his wave of momentum can be equated to a tsunami is certainly unstoppable – I suggest you lend him an ear for the indisputably knows how to make hit anthems. Anything he touches seems to turn to gold and I’m pretty certain you could use a little wealth by your side.

Building on his momentum, V of 40M is set to take over the airwaves again with another potential chart-topper dubbed, “PWR” in which he features guest verses and hooks by Hippie and 40M Tye. If there is anything I’ve learned about V of 40M is that he likes to go heavy and in “PWR”, it is no different with the dripping drill beats accompanied by some heavy bars to get you pumped up throughout its length.

Built from the ground up and produced by the mastermind Arab Mxfia, I want you to figure out a blend of the late Pop Smoke and Desiigner so as to imagine how “PWR” might feel like; all about the power to the people, those hard-hitting and catchy hooks over the bass-heavy and 808’s embellished drill beats fashion what will be the anthem for the holidays.

“PWR” couldn’t have come at a better time and the DJs will undoubtedly have a feast with this one that is bound to lift the mood on any occasion.

There is nowhere you’d rather be; follow V of 40M on his socials and be on the lookout because he really means business this year and the coming ones.

About V of 40M:
V of 40MPhiladelphia built, Carolina made revolutionist V of 40M aka the Architect of “Revolutionary Rap” has been setting the culture ablaze since his world introduction a little more than 2 summers ago. As the frontman of 40M, also referred to as Forty Million Strong, a Black Independence people’s movement geared towards establishing sovereign land and autonomous rule for Blacks – V has stayed true to his mission by implementing the movement into every aspect of his music. Though the movement is his focus, the music has become an important piece in connecting the “M’s” with the masses. As he explains in multiple interviews, the purpose of V of 40M’s art is to inspire, inform, motivate and mobilize the masses. From his debut release, No Church on Sunday, until his most recent, Martin Luther, V has yet to stray. Fast forward a couple million streams and countless co-signs and features later, it’s safe to say that the 40M movement is “moving”. And we’re absolutely sure that if it’s up to V, it’ll be towards revolution! Heavy on the 4’s…

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