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(Friday, March 15 – Nashville, TN) – Hip Hop duo, Social Club Misfits (comprised of Marty Santiago and Fernando Miranda), is on a roll as they drop their follow up single, “Que Lo Que,” today at digital platforms everywhere. The single, from their upcoming EP, MOOD, is a summertime party anthem that flows over a Latin-fused rhythm while Marty and Fern duel between Spanish and English lyrics. “Que Lo Que” is produced by Grammy winning hit maker, Chris Mackey, aka “Dirty Rice” (Lecrae, KB, Derek Minor). The duo continues to reinvent the wheel while pushing conscious music at the forefront of hip hop.
“This is personal,” Fern says of the new single. “’Que Lo Que’ is wrapped in a fun beat and tempo, but the lyrics are very real. It’s like our anthem—expressing gratitude to our families for sticking by us along this journey and to our God for delivering us from our past; but it’s also a song where we pledge our commitment to never return to our old selves.
The long-awaited debut single off MOOD, “Everytime,” which released in January and is available on all digital platforms, hit a career-high for Social Club Misfits when it garnered over 271,000 streams in its first week in the market. The Florida-based tandem has now generated over 105 million total streams of their music and videos. The “Big Mood Tour” kicks off March 21. Tickets can be purchased at www.socialclubmisfits.com
About Social Club Misfits:
Jam-packed with riveting beats, compelling lyrics, and loads of energy, South Florida hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits is the result of two distinct personalities meshing together to create an invigorating sound. Comprised of Martin Santiago (Marty) and Fernando Miranda (Fern), the self-monikered “Misfits” are disruptors in every sense, challenging norms and bringing other misfits along for the ride. With a host of projects and EPs under their belt, including the Billboard-charting full lengths Into the Night, The Misadventures of Marty and Fern, Misfits 2, and US, the Dove Award-winning rappers have made a sport of pushing boundaries and redefining the possibilities of what faith-based music can accomplish. From headlining sold-out tours across the country to spawning imitators the world over, it’s clear the duo has struck a chord with listeners from all walks of life.
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