[August 19, 2022] Inglewood, California native MCM Raymond has just released his sophomore EP Many Can’t Maintain and the 8-track tape is the emcee’s most well-tailored release yet – and that was every bit of intentional. Each song features his signature, warm persona and melodic rap flow that pair incredibly well with the production. After dropping continuous singles and visuals during the summer (“Jimmy Choo Freestyle,” “Rasta” ft. AzChike), the acclaimed artist is back and fully in his creative bag with Many Can’t Maintain, where he showcases growth and new versatility.
The “In My City” MC picked up some exciting collaborations on the project from west coast acts such as Remble, AzChike, and DJ Primetime. A play on his acronym, MCM, Many Can’t Maintain has a little something for everyone – whether you prefer more melodic music that you can catch a vibe to or some bass-thumping, bar-spitting songs that you can dance to.
From the release of his debut project Love Me Yet, which recruited Coi Leray, Bino Rideaux, KayDaBandit, & KINGMOSTWANTED, to his newly released project Many Can’t Maintain, the growth in MCM’s musical ability is transparent.
“I’ve grown a lot in my music. I feel like the challenges I’ve been goin through & losing people close to me have made me into the artist I am becoming,” MCM Raymond says.
The Vydia-powered release, Many Can’t Maintain, is a breath of fresh air. With standout singles such as “Come Back,” and “The Rip,” ft. Remble, MCM Raymond is positioning himself to become the next big star out of LA. A product of his environment, MCM Raymond’s hunger for success can chart him as a distinct voice among the west coast’s upcoming rap scene.
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