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Don Trip, Future and Yung Joc All Co-Sign Skool Boy and the Surfs Up Movement

LOS ANGELES, CA  – Memphis, TN rapper Skool Boy has exploded onto the music scene bringing his southern swag to fans nationwide with the release of the trailer for his upcoming EP “Surfs Up.” Riding a tremendous wave of success with his current hit single “Be Her Man” and the video release for “Go Girl,” alongside Yung Joc and Don Trip, the charismatic rap star is swiftly climbing the music ranks.  While some identify Skool Boy as a up and coming artist, however according to some “I wouldn’t quite call bruh up and coming, he’s been grinding for a while, and now he’s getting a return on his investment. I can say he is one of the few artists that is also a business man and I appreciate that more than any 16,” says Don Trip.


With 7.7 million views within 72 hours for his hit record “Be Her Man” kicked off on, the spring marked and proved a momentous turning point in the young rapper’s career. The overwhelming success continued once he wrote “Go Girl,” that artists Yung Joc and Don Trip immediately wanted to be on after just their first listen. It received an amazing positive response from listeners nationwide. Now, with the stage set for the release of his third single dubbed “Dolla Sign” featuring Future, the southern artist will verify his status as the industry’s illustrious newcomer.

Having performed with the likes of Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo, Gorilla Zoe, Cash Out, Yo Gotti and French Montana in this year alone, Skool Boy has proved he can hold his own with his witty lyrics over catchy beats that leave fans wanting more. The rising star was recently featured on MTV’s Sucka Free show where he performed a freestyle on national TV. Skool Boy plans to drop official music videos for “Be Her Man” and “Dolla Sign” by the end of the year, as he preps the much-anticipated release of his upcoming project “Surfs Up.”


With an ever-increasing buzz in the music world accompanied with a new team of publicists, Skool Boy plans to be recognized as a household name by this time next year. “My music is ADHD! People tell me I got spunk, so I approach the music the same way I approach people. My music makes you kick up your feet and have fun! Just be yourself,” notes the young entertainer.


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