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[Mixtape] Trill Will - GFM Hosted By World Famous BMF DJ Star

After 10 Million views on soundcloud, and 3 million views on Worldstarhiphop.com, Trill Will has released his album with World Famous BMF DJ Star & LiveMixtapes

DELAND, FL, USA, October 15th 2021-- Trill Will has had a fast ascension the last couple of years.

In 2019, He performed all over the country with Savage Life/Supa Unit and performed at SXSW Sxumbag Season before Releasing a music video with his label mate and business partner NoxBond . " Ya Ya Ya " , which was picked up by WorldstarHipHop and quickly generated over 1 million views.

In 2020, He signed a distribution agreement with Universal Music Group , and went on to tour all over the country.

In 2021 He garnished over 10,000,000 views on Soundcloud with his single Bankrupt, and another 2 Million views on Worldstarhiphop with "Long Road" with JoJo 2 Amazing. In recent months he paired up with business partner Celebrity DJ YG . Their company Celebrity Status signed a partnership agreement with the label of CMG The Label/L.F.N.K/H3OMG.

To heat up the year, He has delivered a 3rd quarter project in partnership with Real Life Music, LLC/TSO Music Group/LiveMixtapes, which is currently on LiveMixtapes front page as a World Premiere. GFM is being pushed as the #1 Priority with Next Level DJ Coalition, a DJ Coalition with over 700 members.  

...the beginning of My Magna Opus work ...Thanks to The Next Level Syndicate/Real Life connection with Live Mixtapes/TSO Music Group (for) Providing a Team of Professionals that have opened a portal..”

- Trill Will  

Download/Stream

https://www.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/54722/trill-will-gfm.html

Follow Trill Will

https://www.instagram.com/trillwill386/

 

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