Dee2Real Releases New Single, Racks on Me Ft. Chanti McCoy

 This year, I've heard some really sick musical collaborations. Most recently, its the 26-year-old LaGrange, Georgia native, Dee2Real. The hip hop artist teamed up with Brooklyn’s own Chanti McCoy for his new single “Racks On Me”.  The song's catchy chorus and flexin' lyrics, "I still get money, I don't care about the hate," make this song extra lit.🔥  In terms of placement, Dee2Real's fast paced flow against this light trap beat give the track an authentically southern rap vibe that would fit well on a playlist with some Trina, Boosie, and Plies.   You definitely wanna check it out. 

Born Darius Render but best known by his stage name Dee2Real, the Georgia boy first emerged in the music industry in 2018 under the name Yours Truly Dee. After releasing his first and only project under that name, he took a break from music. 

"Photoshoot ready when I walk out the door..."

On July 19, 2019, Darius released the 2Real EP under his new moniker, Dee2Real. The EP helped give the artist some buzz. During this time, he also wrote records for other artists and gained respect from some of the veterans in the rap game for his penmanship.

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