Mike Classic Releases His New Video “Insecurities”

Mike Classic releases today his new video for “Insecurities” via RED MUSIC. The women empowering and body positive themed video, which is directed by Ronald Reid, addresses the different insecurities women endure due to society’s standards. The track appears on Mike Classic’s recently released EP If Only You Knew. Click here to watch.   Mike Classic’s debut EP If Only You Knew features 7-tracks and production from MusicHustle, KAUISTOPPLAYIN, THE BREED and Remo Da Hitmaker. The EP showcases the rapper’s versatility with both his rapping and singing bringing a culmination of hustle and flow. Using R&B sensibilities, Mike creates an ideal mix of laid back, ride out tunes that do not stray too far from the corner.   If Only You Knew follows the release of Mike’s buzz-worthy single “Woosah,” which has garnered nearly 3 million streams. BrysonTiller reposted the record on SoundCloud and Ebro premiered it to the masses via Beats1 Radio. Mike Classic has gained recognition while working with Billboard chart topping artists such as FrenchMontana and Jadakiss.
Mike is a singer, songwriter & rapper hailing from Queens, NY, who is gradually pushing his way to notoriety, in hopes of revealing to the world exactly why he considers himself “Classic.” Mike Classic gained recognition while working with Billboard chart topping artists such as French Montana and Jadakiss. After hitting the road on a quick promotional tour, Mike was eager to get back into the studio.  With the new EP, If Only You Knew, the rapper/singer shows the world what he has in store.

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Mike Classic Drops New EP ‘If Only You Knew’

Co-signed by Bryson Tiller and backed by a new partnership through SONY‘s Red MusicMike Classic follows up his TV acting debut in Netflix‘s Roxanne Shante biopic Roxanne Roxanne with a quick-strike release. Titled ‘If Only You Knew,’ the 7-track EP showcases the triple threats’ emcee skills as well as his vocal range and includes instrumentation from veteran producer Remo The Hitmaker (G-Eazy, Ludacris, Fetty Wap etc.). In-house producer KAUISTOPPLAYINMusicHustle, and The Breed complete the soundscape  – offering up their signature styles to round out the project. 
Stream the Queens-native new body of work after the jump, compliments of Okay Player, and purchase it on your DSP of choice HERE.

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Queens native Mike Classic looks to up the ante with his latest visual for “Woosah”

Already a fixture on the New York music scene, Queens native Mike Classic looks to up the ante with his latest visual for “Woosah.” Directed by RonalD Reid, the clip finds the singer-rapper handling some unfinished business alongside a female companion. The track, which is produced by KAui, was released almost one year ago and went viral after Bryson Tiller posted the tune on social media. From there it was off to the races as Mike Classic eventually collaborated with the likes of French Montana and Jadakiss, while also garnering spins on New York radio stations Hot 97, Power 105 and internationally via Ebro on Beats1. Currently, “Woosah,” has garnered 1.6M streams across all platforms.

Premiered via The Source Magazine, Mike Classic had this to say about the visual:

With this video I wanted to embody nonjudgmental love, and

pure vibes. We tend to see people only skin deep, not knowing that change is a possibility with the proper people and

proper surroundings. Sometimes all it takes is a conversation, sometimes a night out – in this case, a rhythm you can

kickback & relax too. Woosah…

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 @MIKE_CLASSIC

Mike Classic – Woosah

Already a fixture on the New York music scene, Queens native Mike Classic looks to up the ante with his latest visual for “Woosah.” Directed by RonalD Reid, the clip finds the singer-rapper handling some unfinished business alongside a female companion. The track, which is produced by KAui, was released almost one year ago and went viral after Bryson Tiller posted the tune on social media. From there it was off to the races as Mike Classic eventually collaborated with the likes of French Montana and Jadakiss, while also garnering spins on New York radio stations Hot 97Power 105 and internationally via Ebro on Beats1. Currently, “Woosah,” has garnered 1.6M streams across all platforms.

Mike Classic had this to say about the visual: “With this video I wanted to embody nonjudgmental love, and pure vibes. We tend to see people only skin deep, not knowing that change is a possibility with the proper people and proper surroundings. Sometimes all it takes is a conversation, sometimes a night out – in this case, a rhythm you can kickback & relax too. Woosah…

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