King Raymond's Debut Music Video "Swerve Again" Reaches Over 278k Views In One Year
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Trip Gang Records' Rapper/CEO King Raymond Has Done A Million Streams From Behind Bars In The Past Twelve Months, And 310k Of Those Numbers Are From His Very First Single "Swerve Again"

SEATTLE - eMusicWire -- Rapper King Raymond is gaining attention again, but in an outstanding way, with the achieving of a third of a million plus views of his music video for the breakout smash "Swerve Again". Currently in prison for a violation of probation until spring of 2023, King Raymond is becoming a well-known musical talent throughout the Pacific Northwest region and beyond. Originally from Portland Oregon, now residing in Seattle, Washington, the musician known to his friends and family as "Big Raymond" is sweeping through the rainy landscape and catching the attention of fans and radio DJ's alike, landing spots on multiple local college and satellite radio programs, even making placements on The Northwest Breakout Show.

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Swerve Again was shot in Seattle in summer 2021 but the rappers ongoing legal troubles heavily impacted the promotion and marketing of the project until this summer. Trip Gang Records team showed its grit, loyalty, and determination by now giving in to the setbacks & frustration of an unjust legal system harassing their top artist and founder, King Raymond.

Swerve Again's success is one of many in the last few months, with King Raymond's newest drop reaching 25,828 views in the first four days out, with the signing of Kansas city standout "Caine GritOrStarve", the launch of Trip Gang Record's Music Marketing Services & reaching the 500k views mark on KING RAYMOND - TRIP GANG RECORDS YouTube Channel in one year, things are on the uptick for the Trip Gang Boss.. And he's coming home in six months!!! All hail the King!

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