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Thursday, November 10, 2022


WLLY & MNA Release Their New Single “Black Chevy”

WLLY & MNA have released “Black Chevy” a club/dance song that exudes style, sex appeal, and confidence. It promotes the long-standing tradition of hopping in the car, going to the club, popping champagne, and enjoying the fruits of one’s labor. Though the two have been long-time friends of ten years, they both focus primarily on their own tracks and careers as they are in separate and very distinct genres. WLLY is an emo-trap artist, and MNA is a hip-hop and electronic music artist. But every now and again, the two have shown to demonstrate how well they work together. In 2020, they released “Lost Track of Time” a song about suicide, mental health, and redemption. In 2021, the pair released “Wasn’t Always Easy” which reached 78,000 plays on SoundCloud to date. WLLY & MNA’s “Black Chevy” is a fun song that aims to have its listener dance and have a fun time. 

MNA - Raised in the small town of Olney, Maryland MNA (Matthew Nino Azcuy) watched and listened to all the greatest rappers and musicians during the 1990s and early 2000s. During this golden age of music and music videos, Azcuy was inspired by both rappers and rock groups alike, and when he was sixteen years old decided to make his own music. After years of finding his sound, he teamed up with local producer Nemo, to make his album “Diamond Dog”. Matthew Nino Azcuy is also a published book author, avid writer, and professional movie actor.

WLLY – is an independent and underground artist based out of Washington DC. WLLY connects with his fans and audience through his reflective lyrics and versatile style of music, blending various genres such as hip-hop, alternative rock, and pop. Through a steady release of music videos and singles, WLLY is starting to make a name for himself in the Emo trap genre. 

The fusion of MNA and WLLY’s different sounds work quite well for the sometimes-collaborating duo, and we hope they come together for more tracks in the future. 











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